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Chen Receives NSF and NIH Research Grants

Chen Receives NSF and NIH Research Grants

Professor Danny Chen has received a three-year NSF award of $400,000 from the Algorithmic Foundations (AF) Program, Computing and Communication Foundations (CCF) of NSF, for a project "AF: Small: Applied and Theoretical Algorithm Problems in Computational Geometry."Professor Chen has also received a four-year NIH grant of over a million dollars, for the project "Combined Multiscale Modeling and Experimental Study of Bacterial Swarming." This is a joint effort with Professors Mark Alber (PI), Zhiliang Xu, and Professor Joshua Shrout.

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MHIN Announces Chawla's Appointment to MHIN Board of Managers

As the Michiana Health Information Network (MHIN) continues to provide cutting-edge health information technology solutions to the region, the multi-state health information exchange (HIE) is pleased to announce the appointment of Nitesh V. Chawla to the MHIN Board of Managers.

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New Notre Dame Research Raises Questions about Iris Recognition Systems

Since the early days of iris recognition technologies, it has been assumed that the iris was a “stable” biometric over a person’s lifetime — “one enrollment for life.” However, new findings by University of Notre Dame researchers indicate that iris biometric enrollment is susceptible to an aging process that causes recognition performance to degrade slowly over time.

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Milenkovic Receives an NSF EAGER Grant

Tijana Milenkovic has received two years of funding from the National Science Foundation through the EAGER mechanism, which supports "high-risk, exploratory and potentially transformative research."

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