His research focuses on theoretical computer science, including pseudorandomness, complexity theory, distributed computing, and cryptography.
Johns Hopkins computer scientists will explore how human-machine teaming can help mitigate some of the biggest problems facing the U.S health care system.
Psychology Today reports that NSF has funded 18 interdisciplinary projects in neuroscience and cognitive science. Sridevi Sarma, associate professor of biomedical engineering, is part of a research effort examining human decision-making in complex environments.
Team led by Rebecca Schulman hopes to set a new direction for the future of computers, with the human brain and other biological materials as inspiration.
Team led by astrophysicist Alex Szalay receives $1.8M to build a network that could transform how scientists store and access their data.
Mallada and his group aim to enable the integration of renewable energy sources into the existing power grid in an efficient and reliable manner through the development of a new generation of decentralized controllers, distributed algorithms, and market designs.
Researchers receive National Science Foundation award that supports interdisciplinary brain science.