We are excited to announce three new funded projects (~$3 Million) ACE Lab TAMU will work on in the next three years! We’ll collaborate with our long-time collaborator Dr. S. Camille Peres (Public Health) as well as Drs. Robin Murphy (Comp Sci), and Maryam Zahabi (ISEN) on a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant titled A Multi-disciplinary Computational Model of Worker, Task, and Context for Real-time Adaptive Procedural Systems (R-TAPS). We are also part of a President’s Excellence Award (X-Grant) for the project titled Effective Real-World Telemonitoring of Chronic Disease for the Underserved, and are excited to collaborate with another familiar group of colleagues Drs. Mark Lawley (ISEN), Hye-Chung Kum (Public Health), Sherecce Fields (Psychology), and Bobak Mortazavi (Comp Sci). This will be our second X-Grant in three years! Finally, we are excited to work on our second ROBERT J KLEBERG JR AND HELEN C KLEBERG FOUNDATION grant titled RECALL-SONIC: Recognition of Emerging Conditions Learning Lab with Schools of Nursing Inter-university Consortium in which we’ll collaborate with Dr. Steven Jones of Houston Methodist Center for Outcomes Research (COR), as well as Drs. Bita Kash (Public Health, and COR) and Cindy Weston (Nursing).