University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers have developed a possible system tool to measure the subjective feeling of presence with an objective metric.
The competition, focused on technology innovation, is open to all UMass students; competitors pitch their ideas to a panel of judges for $15,000 in prize money.
List of “Highly Cited Researchers” places Wu and Xia among global researchers “who have demonstrated exceptional influence through their published papers.”
Arbabi is a UMass Amherst co-principal investigator for the project to establish the first open-access R&D facility for advanced optical components in the U.S.
UMass Amherst and industry partner EMA are accelerating development and adoption of critical emerging metalense technology in the commonwealth.
The invention of optical coherence tomography has transformed ophthalmology by allowing rapid detection of ophthalmic diseases.
Their paper presents a pioneering software tool called “MemTrace” that conveniently analyzes dynamic-memory-management behavior in autonomous-driving software.
The College of Engineering is privileged to engage four highly motivated and gifted faculty working in the BME and ECE departments, as well as the MSE Program.
Arbabi, Rao, and Srimathveeravalli Garner Technology Development Fund Awards from the UMass President’s Office
The awards provide supplemental funding to support UMass System research discoveries and proven technology to address local, national, and global challenges.
Zink and colleagues score a Best Paper Award and a Best Paper Runner-up at the IEEE Workshop on Computer and Networking Experimental Research Using Testbeds.