Xiaonan Zhang awarded NSF grant on federated intelligence in heterogenous edge computing
Xiaonan Zhang, Assistant Professor in the FSU Department of Computer Science, has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $299, 951 for research on federated intelligence in heterogenous edge computing. This is her first federal grant as the FSU PI, collaborating with other four professors at Clemson University. The total amount of the grant is $1,199,996.
Zhenghao Zhang awarded NSF grant for low latency satellite communication
Zhenghao Zhang, Full Professor in the FSU Department of Computer Science, has been awarded a new NSF grant of $550,000 for research on low latency satellite communication. This is the fifth grant awarded to Zhang’s continuous effort in advancing the state-of-the-art technologies for wireless communications and networking, bringing his total federal funding to more than $2 million.
CS Department has been awarded over $68k technology fee to improve its classroom projection and audio systems and to create a virtual hands-on computer lab.
Dr. Shayok Chakraborty is part of a team that has been awarded a five-year, $14.7-million grant from the National Institute on Aging for a research center employing emerging and existing technologies to promote the well-being, quality of life and independence of older adults and provide support for older adults with cognitive impairments.
The National Institute on Aging has awarded a research supplement in the amount of $200K to Dr. Shayok Chakraborty (Assistant Professor, CS FSU) and Dr. Walter Boot (Professor, Department of Psychology, FSU) that will fund additional research related to their collaborative R01 grant titled “The Adherence Promotion with Person-centered Technology (APPT) Project: Promoting Adherence to Enhance the Early Detection and Treatment of Cognitive Decline”.