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The School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence prepares the next generation of innovators in computer science, computer systems engineering, data science, analytics and engineering; engineering management; industrial engineering; informatics; robotics and autonomous systems; and software engineering. Here you can solve some of the greatest challenges faced by an increasingly digital society, such as how to create reliable and secure information systems that are the backbone of modern industry and how to collect, manage and convert data into useful information. Find news and events from SCAI.

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Seminar: Incentive Design for Promoting Ridesharing, November 12

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Fall ’21 Seminar Series event and learn about methods to overcome obstacles to ridesharing. Incentive Design for Promoting RidesharingPresented by Neda Masoud, University of Michigan Friday, November 12, 2021NoonAttend via Zoom Abstract Traffic congestion has become a serious issue around the globe, partly owing to single-occupancy commuter trips….

Professors to provide insights into pursuing transdisciplinary research

For more than a decade and a half, Katina Michael and Roba Abbas have collaborated on research at the intersection of society, technology, ethics and regulation. Their experience over this time, and across a range of projects, will be the basis for a virtual seminar on Friday, July 1, 2022, “The Art of Transdisciplinary Research…

Fulton Schools Maroon team places second in the 2019 Academic Bowl

Fulton Schools students put their heads together and earned second place in the 2019 Arizona State University Academic Bowl. The Maroon team students — Kai Yin, a computer science junior; Geoffrey Wong, a computer science senior; Kyle Xue, a double-major biomedical engineering and computer science junior; Jack Fleitman, a computer science senior; Colton Sowers, a…

Two computer science alumni create project-based community Quaranteam to help peers gain developer skills

Projects and internships set computer science students apart from one another when applying for jobs. They provide real-world development experience to complement theory-based courses. As the COVID-19 pandemic interrupts the plans of many computer science students and graduates to build skills through internships, two Arizona State University alumni have a solution: Quaranteam. Dhantin Kumar and Kaan Aksoy, who…

ASU’s Industrial Assessment Center conducts its 500th no-cost energy assessment

The Industrial Assessment Center at Arizona State University, known as IAC@ASU, conducted its 500th assessment at a wastewater treatment plant in the Phoenix metro area in December. IAC@ASU currently ranks sixth among the 33 Industrial Assessment Centers sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. Its mission is to identify technology, systems and productivity opportunities that result in increasing energy…

NASA Psyche capstone team builds robotic explorer

The Robotic Explorer 10B Psyche team (Psyche-Paths) is a capstone team of ten interdisciplinary students from the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, School of Earth and Space Exploration, School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy and School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering. Four out of 10 members have electrical engineering…

Join us virtually for the Senior Capstone Project Showcase, April 29

For the last two semesters, students majoring in computer science, biomedical engineering, industrial engineering, electrical engineering, computer systems engineering, engineering management and informatics have been working hard on industry- and faculty-sponsored projects to solve real-world problems. Join us online this Friday, April 29, 2022, to see their projects in action, interact with the students and…

Seminar: Exact Algorithms for Distributionally Risk-Receptive Programs and Camera View-Frame Placement Problems — Applications in Homeland Security, April 29

SCAI Spring ’22 Seminar Series Invited Speaker Manish Bansal presents algorithms for network vulnerability analysis and camera-based surveillance in this talk hosted by Assistant Professor Adolfo Escobedo. Exact Algorithms for Distributionally Risk-Receptive Programs and Camera View-Frame Placement Problems: Applications in Homeland SecurityPresented by Manish Bansal Friday, April 29, 2022NoonArtisan Court at the Brickyard (BYAC) 209,…

Luminosity Lab students win global Red Bull challenge with note-taking app

Home » News » Luminosity Lab students win global Red Bull challenge with note-taking app Luminosity Lab students win global Red Bull challenge with note-taking app Posted by Monique Clement on Apr 12, 2022 in News | ASU students and roommates Sylvia Lopez (left) and Brinlee Kidd have been named the U.S. finalists in the Red Bull Basement Global Final for their innovative…