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Examining how health and fitness data tracking tools can help athletes learn about data literacy, inspire STEM pursuits, and simultaneously train for their next game.
Dr. Jonathan Lazar was named the winner of the 2020 ACM SIGACCESS Award (Special Interest Groups on Accessible Computing) for Outstanding Contributions to Computing and Accessibility. It is the highest award given by ACM SIGACCESS.
Dr. Frias-Martinez and team are to build an app for Baltimore residents to contribute their ideas and travel data, a public dashboard to view and discuss the data, and a simulator to test the impact of proposed solutions at a city scale.
Research experts from the UMD iSchool and School of Nursing discuss the use of and access to technology among older adults.
UMD iSchool Awarded NSF Grant to Design Personalized Self-Tracking Tech for Older Adults to Improve Physical Activities
Choe, Kacorri, and A. Lazar aim to examine how older adults can personalize activity trackers through teachable interfaces to capture meaningful daily activities.
Looking at a systems approach to quantifying, prioritizing, and managing risk in critical infrastructure.
Initial Projects include Survey Tools to Track, Predict COVID-19 ‘Hot Spots’
Dr. Eun Kyoung Choe to work with UMass research team on project awarded $2.4 million NIH grant.
With strengths in library and archives innovation, digital curation, criminal justice data science, socio-technical aspects of cybersecurity and privacy, and mis/information in social networks.
Funded by the U.S. Army Research Office, the multi-institution team led by Dr. Susannah Paletz will look at team cognition and AI solutions to aid intelligence analysts in deriving actionable intelligence.