Assistant Professor of Computer Science Janyl Jumadinova, Hanzhong Zheng ’17, and Almog Boanos ’17 have published their work “OWLS: Observational Wireless Life-enhancing System” in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems as a short paper and in the Proceedings of the Autonomous Robots and Multirobot Systems Workshop as a long
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Ceramics and Sculpture Technician Ian F. Thomas and Visiting Professor of Computer Science John Wenskovitch had an exhibition of their collaborative research titled “Resonance” in Kansas City, Missouri, coinciding with the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference.
Hanzhong Zheng ’17 and Assistant Professor of Computer Science Janyl Jumadinova published a research article in the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Symposium titled “Monitoring the Well-Being of a Person Using a Robotic-Sensor Framework.” The paper describes an integrated intelligent system, consisting of multiple mobile robots and wearable sensors, that is able
Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science John Wenskovitch, Debra Wolf from Chatham University, and Bonnie Anton from UPMC St. Margaret published an article — titled “Nurses’ Use of the Internet and Social Media: Does Age, Years of Experience, and Educational Level Make a Difference?” — in the peer-reviewed Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. The
Assistant Professor of Art Byron Rich and Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science John Wenskovitch will be showing their work at Stimulus/Call/Affect at Oakland University in October 2015. They will also be speaking at the symposium, discussing the commodification of violence and their interventionist work titled TWEET_SHOT 2.0.
Assistant Professor of Art Byron Rich, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Heather Brand and Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science John Wenskovitch were selected as artists in residence at the prestigious Ars Bioarctica Residency, part of the University of Helsinki, at their biological research station in the high arctic of Finland. They spent two weeks
Imagine a world where robots help those with special health needs continue living independently at home. That’s what Assistant Professor of Computer Science Janyl Jumadinova and three of her research students are striving to do. We’re not talking about robots like Rosie from “The Jetsons.” What Jumadinova and Allegheny students Almog Boanos ’17, Michael Camara
Allegheny College’s newest piece of technology offers students a chance to roll up their sleeves and act like a kid again — a combination of sands and smarts. This augmented reality sandbox, located in the basement of Alden Hall, arrived in late January and creates three-dimensional topographical maps based on the way students physically shape
Allegheny senior Kristy Garcia rolled up her sleeves and dug right into the sandbox, piling up clean, white sand to form a mountain. Senior David Olson joined in as well, using his fingers to dig a trench at the base of the mountain. As they watched the colors change from deep reds and oranges to
Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science John Wenskovitch published a paper in the journal BMC Bioinformatics. “MOSBIE: A Tool for Comparison and Analysis of Rule-Based Biochemical Models” describes the accompanying software, an interactive exploration system that enables the highlighting of similarities and differences in the structures and behaviors of rule-based models of cell signaling processes.