The analysis of complex and massive datasets and the development of sophisticated computational models are essential to our understanding and prediction of complex phenomena and systems associated with personalized medicine, healthcare delivery, transportation systems, social networks, the human brain, global climate, and international economic development.
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
ISE Professor Ted Ralphs studies modeling and solving game-theoretic optimization problems using "bounded rationality"
ISE faculty member Ted Ralphs, in partnership with Oleg Prokopyev at University of Pittsburgh, has won a three-year, half million dollar grant from the Office of Naval Research to study how to more realistically model and solve certain game-theoretic optimization problems.
Monday, June 7, 2021
He will develop a novel computational framework to answer two fundamental questions: How does this hydrogen transfer work exactly at the molecular scale, and what’s the right donor and the right catalyst for a given acceptor?
Friday, May 28, 2021
In a Science Robotics article, PhD candidate Jinda Cui and CSE chair Jeff Trinkle examine current research in learned robot manipulation, offer nine promising areas for future exploration
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