Professor Rudolph Eigenmann, interim chair of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and DSI DiCos Core Director, is part of a $20 million National Science Foundation-funded project to expand access to artificial intelligence.
This summer, the data gathered by the massive neutrino observatory in Antarctica, known as IceCube, provided a group of 16 undergraduate and graduate students from UD and five other institutions with the opportunity to contribute to the research. The students used supercomputers to analyze the data as they developed their own research and computer skills. The program was supported through an NSF grant, with Dr. Frank Schroeder (DSI Affiliated Faculty) a co-PI.
With a passion for polymer research and teaching, Arthi Jayaraman, DSI Faculty Council Member, often finds herself wearing a lot of hats. In the past year, three professional societies recognize her contributions to physics, chemistry, chemical engineering.
DSI Affiliated Faculty, Sunita Chandrasekaran and DSI Infrastructure Working Group member, Anita Schwartz were key organizers of the two-day digital boot camp hosted by the University of Delaware. The event helped 87 participating scientists ramp up their data analysis skills.