Discipline: Computer Sciences & Information Management
Subcategory: STEM Research
David Cooper - Cheyney University
Co-Author(s): Michelle Rogers, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
The Computational Applications Research Experience for Undergraduates (CARE-U) program presents a variety of research projects as a pathway for multiple disciplines of students to get involved in Computer Science research. The projects are all centered around detection and identification using audio and/or visual sensors. These are called Computational Research In Sensor Prototyping (CRISP) projects. Students applying to be researchers are presented with a number of challenge problems that they may be interested in such as person identification, activity detection, emotion detection, and multi-person localization. In addition broader implications of the research are mentioned such as Ethical AI, lab vs. world conditions, integration with mobile platforms, and form and function of the sensors.
Funder Acknowledgement(s): This work is funded under National Science Foundation under Grant No. HRD-1912011.
Faculty Advisor: None Listed,
NSF Affiliation: HBCU-UP