Presentation on theme: "Presentation at CHMPR IAB Meeting May 11, 2011 UMBC Participation in CHMPR by Professor Yelena Yesha, UMBC site director."— Presentation transcript:
Presentation at CHMPR IAB Meeting May 11, 2011 UMBC Participation in CHMPR by Professor Yelena Yesha, UMBC site director
Goals of UMBC Advance the computational and service training of university students, faculty and partners in multicore technologies. Establish UMBC as world-wide center of competence in hybrid multicore computing education. Create forum for active engagements between industry and academia to shape future developments in hybrid multicore technologies. Provide internship and career opportunities for students to engage with industry and government in projects of relevance to the environment, aerospace, business intelligence, medical research and situational awareness of extreme events.
Diverse Research Strengths Hybrid Multicore computing Cloud computing services Medical informatics Security/trust/privacy Semantic web Social media Mobile/pervasive computing …and… …Interactive Situation Awareness Simulation
UMBC’s CHMPR Members Government National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/National Center for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Laboratory for Telecommunication Sciences LPS Advanced Computer Systems US Food and Drug Administration Industry IBM Lockheed Martin Corp Small Business Innovim
Additional Contacts Current collaborations: FIU/FAU (Center for Advanced Knowledge Enablement CAKE) CORBI Proposal with Prof. N. Rishe, B. Fuhrt funded Tarek El Ghazawi, CHREC(Potential) Joint funded collaborations with Prof. E. Karnielli, Mt. Sinai Hospital Potential Members: Northrop Grumman DHS Deloitte NIST Manufacturing Div. UMMS/Institute of Genomics NASA ESTO Raytheon
New Initiatives Implemented an NSF Rapid proposal to improve oil spill predictions in the Gulf of Mexico using social media data. Submitted an NSF multi-university proposal to develop a Framework for Information Research to Mitigate Extreme Events. Implementing a dedicated open CHMPR Distributed Cloud Computing Prototyping Testbed to support Situation Awareness, CORBI and CHMPR research projects. Health IT: Genomic Algorithms for Clinical Decision Support System for Personalized Medicine.
Faculty Tim Finin, PhD Professor of Computer Science Semantic web, AI, social media, language technology, security, Anupam Joshi, PhD Professor of Computer Science Intelligent systems, social media, mobile/pervasive computing, networking, systems, security and privacy Yelena Yesha, PhD Professor of Computer Science Trusted information systems, intelligent information systems, multicore computing Yun Peng, PhD Professor of Computer Science Neural networks, reasoning with uncertainty, semantic web, ontologies, electronic commerce, expert systems,
Faculty Milton Halem, PhD Research Professor of Computer Science High performance computing, scientific computing, cloud computing, systems John Dorband, PhD Associate Research Professor of Computer Science High performance computing, scientific computing, cloud computing, systems, computer architecture Michael Grasso, PhD, MD Assistant Research Professor of Computer Science U. of Maryland School of Medicine Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine Medical informatics, bioinformatics, human-computer interfaces Dr. Shujia Zhou Research associate professor of Computer Science High performance computing, scientific computing
New Hires Mala Ramaiah, MD, M.SC., Research Scientist Aurelian Delaitre, M.Sc., Research Scientist Tyler Simon, M.Sc., Research Scientist
Students J. Avery T. Blattner D. Chapman D. Dalvi A. Lahane R. Mokashi N.Golpayageni J. Martineau P. Nguyen L. Sebald S. Yang F. Zafar C. Zellhofer T. Simon