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Engineering professors awarded $404K for artificial intelligence project

Assistant Professors Ming Shao & Jiawei Yuan have received a $404,620 National Science Foundation award for their research experiences undergraduate site, which will intertwine AI research with cybersecurity and systems engineering in a portfolio of synergistic projects.

Students researching
UMass Dartmouth undergraduate researchers to participate in Massachusetts Undergraduate Research Conference

Twenty-one students from across the University to present at April 23 virtual event

Hua Fang
Professor receives patent for breakthrough invention

Associate Professor Hua Fang has received a patent for her "system and methods for trajectory pattern recognition" invention, which can help aid in clinical trials, policy implementation, consumer behavior, & business intelligence.

Imagery of scallops at high density captured with underwater video technology developed by Dr.Kevin Stokesbury
Counting stock for sustainability

Dr. Kevin Stokesbury's image-based, drop camera survey has been pivotal in the revival of the scallop industry, and has helped the city of New Bedford maintain its position as the nation’s No.1 fishing port for two decades.

Core rings courtesy of Adrienne Silver
Researchers shed light on the effects of ring formation

A new study explores how the formation of cold core rings and warm core rings from the Gulf Stream has changed over the last 40 years and might have long-term effects on the ecosystem.

2021 Virtual IMS Research Symposium
Virtual IMS Research Symposium

The annual symposium showcases marine science-related research being conducted by students, faculty, & staff across all UMass campuses.

Kevin Stokesbury
National Academy of Sciences elects SMAST professor

Dr. Kevin Stokesbury has been appointed committee member of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management's Environmental Studies Program by the National Academy of Sciences.

Steven Cadrin
Haddock study selected as Editor’s Choice

A study co-authored by UMass Dartmouth Professor Dr. Steven Cadrin has been selected as the Editor’s Choice for the ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Assistant Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Dr. Arghavan Louhghalam receives NSF CAREER award

The National Science Foundation has awarded Dr. Louhghalam $524,940 to support research that will lead to significant reductions in economic loss and negative social impacts of natural hazards.

Hoover Dam being contructed
Inter-disciplinary team of faculty receive $99,947 National Endowment for the Humanities grant

The project, led by Associate Professor Anthony Arrigo, will explore the history of the Hoover Dam using virtual reality

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