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Dr. Sungchul Lee
Assistant Professor at UWW Computer Science Department

Institutes attended with graduation dates:

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science at University of Nevada, Las Vegas (2018)
  • M.S. in Computer Science at University of Nevada, Las Vegas(2012)
  • B.S. in Computer Engineering at Konkuk University, South Korea (2009)

Info:

  • Phone: (262) 472-5166
  • Email: lees at uww dot edu
  • Google Scholar
  • CV
  • Current Research:

    1. Advisory Board, IDEAL Research. Supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF IIA-1839194)
    2. Assistant Professor, Early Detection of Symptom and Tracking in mild Traumatic Brain Injury Using mHeath
    3. Research Assistant, The Solar Energy-Water-Environment Nexus in Nevada. Supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF IIA-1301726)
    4. Developer, Nodelaunch.io
    Walker, Ryan

    Education:

  • BS, Computer Science, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Dec. 2018, summa cum laude Minor: Mathematics
  • PhD (imminent/in progress), Computer Science, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, beginning Fall 2019
  • Current Research Projects:

    • NSF IDEAL Project (NSF IIA-1839194)

      • Develop an text-to-speech and speech to text for childresn's communication with robots
      • Research the function of the robot for improving its ability to communicate effectively with the children and facilitate conversation and collaboration between them.
      • Programming a children-robot interaction using Android

    Research Projects:

    1. Smarter, Dynamic Irrigation (Foxconn’s Smart Cities)

      • Win first round at Foxconn’s Smart Cities ($1 million size contest)
    Hodny Jack

    Education:

  • BS Computer Science University of Whitewater, WI, (Present)
  • Current Research Projects:

    • NSF IDEAL Project (NSF IIA-1839194)

      • Develop Android children's game that aims to break cultural barriers by allowing children to learn matching, arithmetic, and reading by working together
      • Design children oriented user-friendly interface that allows young children to expand their minds while interacting with each other.

      Future Goal:

      • My future goals include the continued development of Android applications, the development of my skills as a programmer working on a team, and gaining real world experience in the fields of Computer Science.
    Drettwan, Rachel

    Education:

  • BS Spanishand BS Computer Scienceat University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (Present)

    Current Research Projects:

    • NSF IDEAL Project (NSF IIA-1839194)

      • Develop Family apps for the children’s education and cultural broker.
      • Develop Ocean Planet on the Family apps for the children’s education and cultural broker.

      Future Goal:

      • In the future I plan to continue development as well as advance and expand my skill-set. I will prepare for a career in computer science and gain knowledge and experience by continuing work with research and studies.
      • Program an text-to-speech, computer generated voice to use Spanish words and sentences with correct pronunciation and rhythm. I want to create a bilingual text-to-speech voice that can easily communicate in both languages.
  • Smith Aguilar

    Education:

  • BS Computer Scienceat University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (Present)

    Current Research Projects:

    • NSF IDEAL Project (NSF IIA-1839194)

      • Develop Educational apps for the Computational Thinking.
      • Develop Image Processing for Machine Learing in Smart Phone

      Future Goal:

      • ETL images via Smart Phone
      • developing image processing and recognition script that finds a similar picture in storage to an image presented to the script.