Prof. Narayan Mandayam has received an NSF grant for his project : "End-User Behavior and Prospect Pricing in Wireless Data Networks”. This is $500K 3-year grant and Arnold Glass of Psychology is a co-PI. The abstract of the grant is shown below.
Prof. Kristin Dana is awarded a 3 year NSF Grant for the project: MatCam: A Camera that Sees Materials. Rutgers is the lead institution on this 500K collaborative grant with K. Dana as the Rutgers PI. Drexel University is the partner institution with PI Ko Nishino.
Prof. Marco Gruteser received a three-year NSF grant for the project Guardian Angel: Enabling Mobile Safety Systems
This is a collaborative grant with Rich Martin (CS Rutgers), Yingying Chen (Stevens), Jie Yang (Florida State). The total funding is $700K, with the Rutgers part being $350,000.
The project investigates the use mobile devices for enhancing personal safety by identifying dangerous situations
and mitigating them through appropriate intervention.
Prof. Ivan Marsic received a four year NIH grant for the project "Automatic Workflow Capture & Analysis for Improving Trauma Resuscitation Outcomes".
This is a collaborative project with Children's Nat'l Med Ctr, Washington DC, and Drexel University. The total grant is $1.6 M and Rutger's part is $750 K.
The project abstract is shown below.
Project Title: "Automatic Workflow Capture & Analysis for Improving Trauma Resuscitation Outcomes"
Prof. Lindqvist's work appeared in MIT Technology Review
The full article can be found at http://arxiv.org/abs/1401.0052
Prof. A. Petropulu received a 3-year NSF grant for the project entitled: "A Novel MIMO Radar Approach Based on Sparse Sensing and Matrix Completion".
The abstract is as follows:
In both civilian and military applications, there is increasing interest in networked radars which are inexpensive and easily deployable, while at the same time enabling reliable surveillance of an area.
Prof. Laleh Najafizadeh, in collaboration with Joseph Freeman of biomedical engineering just received a 3 year award from the NSF for the project entitled, "Microelectronically Stimulating and Actuating Nanofibers for Muscle Replacement and Regeneration". In this project Professors Freeman and Najafizadeh will design and fabricate implantable, degradable devices to functionally replace muscle and regenerate new muscle tissue.