Students interested in social science, helping professions (e.g., psychology, counseling, social work), and/or public health can participate in federally-funded studies examining close relationships and substance use.
The project will involve testing materials that can be used to enhance bone regeneration at defects in the jaw bones of humans, using CT scanning techniques and developing a system of measurement of bone volume.
Seeking students that are interested in the following but not limited to these fields: biomedical engineering, public health, rehabilitation science, and human physiology. We are promoting heart and brain functions in people with spinal cord injury.
Wildland firefighting is an inherently dangerous job that puts these workers at risk of potentially deadly heat illnesses. Track heat illnesses in wildland firefighters to help us better understand circumstances surrounding their illness.
This study focuses on the short-term efforts to systematically advance hurricane resilience of urban built environment, where the problem of optimizing stakeholders’ action plans for resilience enhancement is mathematically formulated as a Markov decision process and approached by the deep reinforcement learning (AI) algorithms.
Seeking students to actively collect data for an exercise study to improve worker health and safety in a hot environment. Help determine the impact of multiple days of work in the heat on physiological strain, hydration, and fatigue!
In this research we plan to design interactive AI models for different usecase applications like identifying bias in web-based contents, evaluating speakers’ mental health status in a multi-speaker video, predicting users’ interest for effective contextual advertising etc.
Assist in determining how diet and gastric bypass surgery changes the number of receptors in the brain. Students interested in neuroanatomy will perform image analysis for quantifying receptor expression in the rodent brain.
This project pertains to the use of structures to produce electricity. In contrast to batteries, charging does not need energy input. This results in electric vehicles not having to stop to get charged, in addition to not having to rely on batteries, which are heavy and bulky.
This project investigates the use of wood as a scale, so that people in a wood-frame building can be detected in real time (e.g., for intruder detection and energy conservation) and creating "smart" buildings.
Are you interested in making an interactive mathematical educational website that will help local and New York State (NYS) students have an equitable accessibility to practice for high stakes standardized exams? Consider this project for a chance to revolutionize NYS math exam preparation and shape a better future for equitable learning.
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