ROADS Grant Submission Winners

 

2016 - Group 1: "Natural Language Processing Tools for Gang Violence Prevention"

PI's and Collaborators:

First Name
Last Name
Title
Department
 Desmond  Patton  Assistant Professor  Social Work
 Owen  Rambow  Senior Research Scientist  CCLS

2016 - Group 2: "Dissecting Spatiotemporal Brain Dynamics"

PI's and Collaborators:

First Name
Last Name
Title
Department
 Tian  Zheng  Associate Professor  Statistics
 Elizabeth  Hillman  Associate Professor  Biomedical Engineering

2015 - Group 1: "Listening to the Arctic Fauna"

PI's and Collaborators:

First Name
Last Name
Title
Department
 Natalie  Boelman  Lamont Assistant Research Professor  Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
 Dan  Ellis  Professor  Electrical Engineering

2015 - Group 2: "Advancing Materials Genomics: Quantifying Uncertainties for Nanostructure Determination and Optimization (QUNDO)"

PI's and Collaborators:

First Name
Last Name
Title
Department
 Simon  Billinge  Professor of Materials Science and Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics  Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
 Qiang  Du  Fu Foundation Professor of Applied Mathematics  Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
 Lauren  Hannah  Assistant Professor  Statistics
 Andrew  Millis  Professor  Physics

 


2014 - Group 1: "Learning the Nature of Dark Energy from Weak Gravitational Lensing with Computer Vision and Machine Learning"

PI's and Collaborators:

First Name
Last Name
Title
Department
Zoltan Haiman Professor Astronomy
Joshua Peek Postdoctoral Fellow Astronomy
Daniel Hsu Assistant Professor Computer Science
Shree Nayar T.C. Chang Professor Computer Science

2014 - Group 2: "Reducing Racial and Gender Achievement Gaps in STEM: Use of Natural Language Processing to Understand Why Affirmation Interventions Improve Performance"

PI's and Collaborators:

First Name
Last Name
Title
Department
Valeria Purdie-Vaughns Assistant Professor Psychology
Smaranda Muresan Research Scientist CCLS


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