Virtual Reality Storm Surge Visualization System

  A storm surge occurs when winds, produced by a high-category hurricane, pushes water towards the land. Current systems usually rely upon 2D visuals when demonstrating the areas that may be affected or were already affected by a hurricane. Distributed
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IBM Research post Research being performed at I/UCRC CAKE

The Center for Advanced Knowledge Enablement (CAKE), started at Florida International University and Florida Atlantic University under the advocacy of the National Science Foundation. Looking for better-unbiased ways for predicting the performance of financial instruments, looking for novel patterns in
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FIU I-CAVE featured on Mechdyne

Integrated Computer Augmented Virtual Environment (I-CAVE) has a feature case study on Mechdyne, partners to create new innovations to improve collaboration and research, resolve workflow inefficiencies, and fill technology gaps. FIU I-CAVE is an instructional and research visualization facility located on
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Dr. Monique Ross receives NSF Grant

PI – Monique Ross, Co-PIs – Peter Clarke, Geoff Potvin Understanding the Implications of Online Learning and Engagement Strategies with Elements of Competition on Women Students’ Engagement and Fit with Computer Science The underrepresentation of women in computer science has
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Give Your Old Phone a New Purpose

There are many ways to give your old cell phone or mobile device new life. NBC 6 featured a few of our students and Jerry Miller, an FIU Computer Science professor on how they are put old phones to work. “The cameras
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DOT funds $11.4 million UniversityCity proposal

  SCIS Professor Naphtali Rishe and NSF/CAKE team will deploy an innovative Intelligent Transportation System to assist students, university staff, and community members to move efficiently to and through the FIU campus.   Read more here: