The 2020 inductees represent five different majors: chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer science, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.
Kathy Ice-Wedding in the Department of Computer Science was nominated for the Staff category. Mujan Seif and Parto Babaniamansour were nominated for the Graduate Student category.
The program is all-expenses-paid and lasts for eight weeks. Graduate students and faculty may also apply.
The paper will be fast-tracked to publication in a special issue of Elsevier Computer Communications Journal.
The team placed 19th among the 49 schools that competed. Several UK Engineering students participated in the competition.
The uky-BBB team advanced to the Division Championship, the next level before the North America Championship.
The Community Environmental Luminary Award is given in recognition of outstanding achievements in education and outreach.
Brent Seales is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant to create EduceLab — a cultural heritage imaging and analysis laboratory.
The project contributes to Silvestri's work in applying novel communication technologies to cyber-physical systems towards solving interdisciplinary research problems.
Jim Griffioen, a professor in the Department of Computer Science is a co-principal investigator on the NSF project.