Congratulations to CS Professor Reynold Bailey, CLA Professor Cecilia Ovesdotter Alm, and a transdisciplinary team of faculty mentors on winning an NSF REU Site grant!
The goal of this REU Site is to give students experience with fundamental research in acquisition and fusion of multisource sensing data related to human beings. Students will be challenged to make sense of human behaviors and cognitive processes with hardware, software, and complex thinking, exploring the nexus of computational science, scientific practice, and the human experience.
This REU Site is a collaborative effort among RIT faculty in the B. Thomas Gollisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, the College of Liberal Arts, and the Kate Gleason College of Engineering. The REU Site team includes PI Cecilia Ovesdotter Alm, Co-PI Reynold Bailey, and several faculty mentors across the colleges serving as Senior Personnel. More information about this REU Site and instructions for students on how to apply to the 2016 summer REU program can be found at: https://cs.rit.edu/~reu/.