Please join us as our students present 5-minute lightning talks about their derived data products using data from NEON, USA-NPN, PhenoCam, FLUXNET, NASA EOS, USGS NWIS, and more. You can find the schedule here. For Zoom information, please contact Katharyn Duffy. Read More.
Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have opened the door for an unprecedented number of uses for unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs). Groups of drones now can work together in networks for purposes such as traffic control, smart agriculture, surveillance and security systems, law enforcement, public safety and much more.
However, current drone systems are missing key considerations such as the ability to identify and respond properly to environmental and behavioral factors, says Abolfazl Razi, an assistant professor in the School of Informatics,… Read more
Jack Viola and Adam Schiulperoort were selected as Outstanding seniors in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science respectively. They were selected based on the nomination from their professors, and selected by the chair of the department, Ben Ruddell. This accomplishment speaks highly of your academic performance, contributions to your department, involvement within the college, and connections to the university and community as a whole. Congratulations!
Dr. Kiona Ogle’s student has received the NAU Presidential Fellowship. Emma will be receiving a stipend of at least $23,000 along with professional development opportunities and funding to support her research, equipment needs, or conference travel. Our congratulations to Emma!
SICCS professor Kevin Gurney published a study earlier this week that details greenhouse gas emissions across the entire U.S. landscape at high space- and time-resolution with details on economic sector, fuel and combustion process. Read More.
A team of researchers, which includes professors and graduate students in informatics and astronomy, conducted a study to determine if there is vegetation on planets outside our solar system. The answer might not be so out of this world. Read More.