In November 2013 PhD. Student Hemant Purohit spoke at the 5th ICCM Conference United Nations – Nairobi as one of eight international fellows. His Ignite Talk covered his research into “Leveraging Social Media Communities to Assist Coordination” and focused on crisis response coordination.
Wright State University is full partner in an international research network on Semantic Data Management (SemData), funded by the European Union at €405,800 (ca. $550,000). The network consists of 12 prominent universities from four continents, the two US partners are Wright State University and Stanford University.
Prof. Hitzler's textbook "Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies" (Chapman & Hall/CRC 2010, co-authors Markus Krötzsch, University of Oxford, U.K. and Sebastian Rudolph, TU Dresden, Germany) has now appeared in Chinese translation, published by China's leading science publisher, Tsinghua University Press. The English book has previously received an award as "Outstanding Academic Title" by the American Library Association's Choice Magazine. A German edition is also available.
Prof. Pascal Hitzler, Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Wright State University, is part of a team that received a one-year, $300,000 award from the National Science Foundation to apply semantic technologies to support the data representation, discovery and integration needs in EarthCube, an NSF program that aims to transform geoscience research by developing community-guided cyberinfrastructure. The collaborative project involves researchers and students from Wright State...
Congratulations to our CSE Faculty for their continued great work in securing research awards! So far in 2013 the CSE faculty has received over $1,676,000 in NEW awards for 2013
5-1-2013 Keke Chen Efficient and Scalable Information Fusion of Space Data through DAGSI and the Ohio Board of Regents 669140 $43,500.00
5-1-2013 Bin Wang Anomaly Detection in Sensor Networks for Quality Assured Situational Awareness through NSF and Central State University 669096 $17,500