College of Arts & Sciences
Memphis-led team awarded $13.8 million to develop mPerf mobile sensor technology for workplace assessment
July 26, 2017 - Many of us use mobile sensors to monitor our health and wellness. These sensors can now also be used to help us improve our work performance and productivity. Toward that end, a University of Memphis-led, six-university team will develop and test a system of mobile sensors and software, called mPerf, that can be used to objectively assess everyday job performance. The mPerf project is sponsored by the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA)'s Multimodal Objective Sensing to Assess Individuals with Context (MOSAIC) program. Learn more about the mPerf Mobile Sensor Technology for Workplace Assessment.
Professor Chairs International Conferences on Artificial Intelligence in Education and Educational Data Mining
July 21, 2017 - Dr. Xiangen Hu of the University of Memphis was the local arrangement chair for the 18th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED) and the conference chair for the 10th International Educational Data Mining (EDM) conferences, which were both held in Wuhan, China, recently. Hu is a professor in the UofM Departments of Psychology, Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Institute for Intelligent Systems, and at Central China Normal University. More information is available on the Arts & Sciences website.
NSF Grant recipients
Three of our faculty have been awarded NSF grants for projects which starts July 1st 2017 through June 30th 2020. Drs. Shen & Cui would work on a project titled "Silicon Telluride, A 2D Material with Unique Variable Structure." Dr. Hoang, the third recipient would work on a project titled "Directional Superradiant Light Emission-Near-Zero Plasmonic Nanochannels." Find out more about the grants and projects here
Our world-class faculty and students receive numerous awards throughout the year. The countless hours spent on research, engaged scholarship, teaching, advising, presenting, and other academic endeavors help to make the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Memphis an outstanding academic institution. Visit the Accolades Website.