Brent Seales' digital restoration technology has led to breakthroughs in unwrapping charred ancient scrolls. But recently, he used it to help a Nashville, Tennessee family answer a longstanding question.
An LED light including its internal controller that spent approximately nine years aboard the International Space Station is being studied for negative effects caused by space’s radiation levels.
Twenty University of Kentucky College of Engineering faculty members representing five departments, as well as staff from the Kentucky Transportation Center, participated in a research retreat focused on autonomous systems.
Judy Goldsmith, professor in the Department of Computer Science, regularly teaches CS585: “Science Fiction and Computer Ethics. She recently co-authored an article about the rationale behind the course for Communications of the ACM and was featured in a short video.
The article, "Secrets of the Scrolls," appeared in the July/August issue. In April, "60 Minutes" devoted a segment to his research and interest in the Herculaneum scrolls.
Mueller will use his fellowship to pursue doctoral studies and research in computer science at Johns Hopkins University.
Billie Sue Chafins, who earned bachelor's and master's degrees in computer science from UK, was named Geekwire's "Geek of the Week." Chafins works at Hulu and was previously at Microsoft.
The annual Dean’s Faculty Awards ceremony was held April 23 at the Hilary J. Boone Center. Awards were given in the areas of research, service and graduate studies.
The annual event took place April 17, 2018 at the Hilary J. Boone Center. Representative Sannie Overly, a 1989 civil engineering graduate from the University of Kentucky, gave the keynote address.
During Spring Break, a team of undergraduate students in Dr. Brent Seales' research group traveled to prestigious Oxford University, in the South East region of England, where they presented their findings.