Attend Underrepresented Intellect: a research symposium for graduate students of color — submit abstracts by January 21

Posted by on Jan 14, 2019 in Events, Faculty, Graduate Students, Organizations and Teams, Research, Students | 0 comments

See what our graduate students are researching at Underrepresented Intellect: a research symposium for graduate students of color. All graduate students, faculty and staff are invited to attend, provide feedback and support speakers, and undergraduate students are welcome to attend to observe and learn about graduate research.

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Customize your experience this spring!

Posted by on Jan 3, 2019 in Customize your experience, Events, Features, Fulton Schools, Graduate Students, Incoming students, International Students, Internships, Opportunities, Organizations and Teams, Outreach, Participation, Research, Spirit and Traditions, Students, Transfer Students |

Welcome to the spring 2019 semester! As you settle into your classes, don’t forget about all the exciting things the Fulton Schools have to offer outside the classroom. See how you can customize your experience this semester whether you’re a new student, in your second semester or year, an upperclassman or a graduate student!

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Grad students: Mobilize your research and take the Knowledge Mobilization Studio course next semester

Posted by on Dec 6, 2018 in Graduate Students, Opportunities, Research |

Are looking for a one-credit professional development course? Sign up for the Knowledge Mobilization Studio next semester!

The one-credit course provides graduate students and postdoctoral scholars the opportunity to learn and use a knowledge mobilization framework to draw connections between their disciplinary research and a broad range of end-users.

The class, GRD 791: Knowledge Mobilization Studio, will meet alternating Fridays from 11:50 a.m.–1:45 p.m.

Find in your class search with Course ID 105887 or Class Number 24599.

See how other ASU students are mobilizing their research. 

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Grad students: apply for the 2019 Knowledge Mobilization Impact Awards by January 31

Posted by on Dec 6, 2018 in Graduate Students, Nominations, Research |

Calling all graduate students! Applications are now open for the Third Annual Knowledge Mobilization Impact Awards.

If you are producing knowledge about a problem of social significance, engaging audiences about it and documenting its impact, then you should apply. The applications are open to all doctoral, master’s and postdoctoral scholars.

See how other ASU students are mobilizing their research.

Apply before Thursday, January 31, 2019.
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Apply for Los Alamos National Laboratory Summer Research by January 6

Posted by on Nov 27, 2018 in Customize your experience, Research, Students |

Attention upper-division undergrads and first-year graduate students: apply for the Los Alamos National Laboratory Summer Research program!

The Los Alamos National Laboratory will be hosting its twentieth edition of the Los Alamos Dynamics Summer School. The LADSS focuses students on the multi-disciplinary field of dynamics, spanning electrical, mechanical, structural and cyber-physical systems from Monday, June 3 to Friday, August 9, 2019.

The students apply their research to creating solutions to LADSS mission-relevant problems defined by LANL R&D engineers and scientists. The program also offers formal technical and career-development tutorials; it is designed for upper-division

Apply before Sunday, January 6, 2019.

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Understand the science behind disinformation social media campaigns, November 14

Posted by on Nov 6, 2018 in Events, Research |

Invited Talk Flier

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How do disinformation campaigns use social media to spread their messages? Nitin Agarwal, Distinguished Professor of Information Science at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Fulton Schools’ Professor Huan Liu will discuss the science behind sharing information over social media.

Deviant Mobs of the Internet:  Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
9 a.m.
Brickyard Artisan Court (BYAC) 110, Tempe campus [map]

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Join us at the FURI Symposium, November 16

Posted by on Nov 6, 2018 in Events, Faculty, Fulton Schools, Graduate Students, Incoming students, International Students, Research, Staff, Students, Transfer Students |

Check out what your peers are researching at the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) Symposium!

Friday, November 16, 2018
1–3 p.m. Drop-ins welcome!
Student Pavilion (STPV) Senita Ballroom, Tempe campus [map]

At this semi-annual poster presentation, students in FURI, the Grand Challenge Scholars Program and the Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering program as well as students funded by the ASU Kern Project and travel grants present their research and share their findings with peers, the ASU community and the community at large.

Attendees can also enter a raffle for FURI swag by talking with students!

 

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Learn about localizing faults in Simulink models at an invited talk, November 1

Posted by on Oct 29, 2018 in Announcements, Events, Research |

Learn how new research makes the time-consuming activity of fault-localization aids designers of complex Cyber-Physical Systems with doctoral researcher Niveditha Manjunath.

Invited Talk: Localizaing faults in Simulink models using STL
Thursday, November 1, 2018
11 a.m.
Brickyard (BYENG) 420, Tempe campus [map]

Abstract

Fault-localization is a very tedious and time-consuming activity in the design of complex Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). The task requires expert knowledge of the system in order to discover the cause of the fault. In this talk, Manjunath presents a new procedure that aids designers in debugging Simulink hybrid system models, guided by Signal Temporal Logic (STL) specifications.

The proposed approach relies on three main components:

  1. A monitoring and a trace diagnostics procedure that checks if a tested behavior satisfies or violates an STL specification localize time segments and interfaces variables contributing to the property violations.
  2. A slicing procedure that maps these observable behavior segments to the internal states and transitions of the Simulink model
  3. A spectrum based fault-localization method that combines the previous analysis from multiple tests to identify the internal states and/or transitions that are the most likely to explain the fault.

About the speaker

Niveditha Manjunath is a doctoral candidate at AIT Austrian Institute of Technology and is affiliated with the Vienna University of Technology. Her research interests are in fault-oriented V&V methods for CPS from concept to component design, and in particular in system diagnostics and fault localization. She is extending AMT monitoring tool with the system diagnostics capabilities.

She holds a master’s degree from Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany.

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