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Dr. Sungchul Lee

Research Area:

  • Blockchain
    • Security and Web service for Master node
    • Collaborative research with the computer science department at UNLV and Nodelaunch.io
    • Develop Master Node Manager and Escrow Manger
  • Big Data
    • Deep Data Locality on Apache Hadoop
    • Research the data locality on Hadoop Distributed File System
    • Develop Hadoop Performance Analysis Model
    • Explored a novel concept of deep data locality (DDL) to extend the benefit of data locality
  • Mobile Health
    • Early Detection of Symptom and Tracking in mild Traumatic Brain Injury Using mHeath
    • This project is multi-discipline research collaborated with UWW, Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency, University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), and University of South Dakota.
    • Collecting walking balance from participants using Arduino sensor.
    • Developed the web server and the Android software for mHealth
    • Analyzing Rotation vector to classify between patient and non-patient
  • Childrens Education
    • Inclusive Design for Engaging All Learners (IDEAL): Designing Technology for Cultural Brokering
    • Supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF IIA-1839194)
    • Advisory Board, IDEAL Research
Walker, Ryan

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

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

Current Research Projects:

  • NSF IDEAL Project (NSF IIA-1839194)

    • Programming an text-to-speech,computer generated voice to use Spanish words and sentences with correct pronunciation and rhythm.
    • Research the function of the robot for improving its ability to communicate effectively with the children and facilitate conversation and collaboration between them.
    • Develop a children’s learning application using Android and robots