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NSF EAGER grant gets funded

   September 1, 2014

Along with as team of researchers from Columbia University led by Dr. Salleb-Aouissi, Anita Raja will begin work on a NSF IIS grant entitled "EAGER: Collaborative Research: Advanced Machine Learning for Prediction of Preterm Birth".  Description of this 2 year grant can be found at

http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/...

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Anita Raja moves to Cooper Union.

   June 30, 2014

Anita has accepted the position of Associate Dean for Research and Graduates Programs and Professor of Computer Science at the Cooper Union in Manhattan. She will begin her new position in August 2014.

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DAIR member Mohammad Hasan successfully defends his dissertation, joins UNL!

   June 26, 2014

DAIR member Rashedul Hasan successfully defended his dissertation entitled "A Topology-aware Approach for the Emergence of Social Norms in Multiagent Systems".  Hasan will begin his new role as Assistant Professor of Practice in the Department of Computer Science at University of Nebraska at Lincoln in August 2014!  Congratulations Hasan on a job well done and Best Wishes!

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Jagan Vujjini graduates

   June 2, 2014

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Jagan Vujjini joins DAIR lab. Welcome.

   January 15, 2014

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DAIR Lab member Shalini Rajanna graduates with M.S. in Computer Science. Congratulations Shalini on your graduation and the new position at BOA.

   December 14, 2013

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Shalini successfully defends M.S. proposal on text and image extraction. Congratulations!

   November 6, 2013

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Hasan successfully defends Ph.D. proposal on Convention Formation. Congratulations Hasan!

   November 5, 2013

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Our paper "Emergence of Cooperation using Commitments and Complex Network Dynamics” was accepted for publication at the 2013 IEEE/ WIC/ ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology.

   October 22, 2013

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Dr. Raja is Project Director for the recently funded UNCC GAANN Fellowship Program in Computing. Excellent opportunity for qualified Ph.D. students to receive research, teaching and financial support for up to 5 years. gaann.uncc.edu

   October 22, 2013

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