Jukrin Moon will participate in the 2019 Young Talent Program (YTP). The program will feature all-day lively discussions with students and experts in the field of resilience engineering. As part of the Young Talent Program, she will receive a grant to cover her trip to Sweden to attend the International Resilience Engineering conference. Congratulations Jukrin!
ACE Lav members Mike Choi and Aaron Cogwelland their AggiE_Challenge team won an award at the TAMU Virtual Project Showcase Competition for our novel PTSD management tool: First Watch Device! This year more than 100 projects and 60 industry judges participated in this event.
Dr. Sasangohar’s interview was featured in a news article published by TEES and Texas A&M today. The research funded by Qatar National Research Funds (QNRF) aims at investigating a revolutionary technology to detect Hypoglycemic events by detecting hand tremor. Dr. Sasangohar will collaborate with Drs. Ranajana Meha, Mark Lawley, and Madhav Erraguntla on this impactful project. […]
ACE Lab PhD student Samuel Bonet Olivencia was part of the team winning the annual Simio’s International Student Simulation Competition. In this year’s competition, 1048 students from 38 universities and 17 countries participated. READ MORE
ACE Lab PhD student, Changwon Son’s proposal titled “Identifying Sources of Resilience in a Large-scale Disaster Management through Dynamic Team Interaction” is one of the recipients of the Texas Sea Grant. Changwon’s research will aim to identify patterns of resilience of an Incident Management Team (IMT) during disaster responses by examining dynamic interactions among humans, technologies, […]
Dr. Sasangohar attended a congress hearing on “Empowering Veterans through Technology” where our cutting-edge PTSD detection technology was showcased. Chairman of the Subcommittee on Science, Space, and Technology recognized Dr. Sasangohar’s contribution in his opening remarks.
ACE Lab PhD student receives the prestigious Texas A&M Graduate Teaching Fellowship!
Dr. Sasangohar was featured in an interview published by TEES covering the recently funded NSC project aiming at reducing fatalities related to night-shift drowsy driving. MORE
The AggiE_Challenge project led by Dr. Sasangohar has received two awards at the Texas A&M Student Research Week; the largest student conference in the US. ACE Lab members Mike Choi and Chinmay Phulse were part of the team who received the Best Poster Award and ACE Lab student Miha Bernat received the 2nd Place in the […]
ACE Lab in collaboration with Dr. McDonald and his Human Factors and Machine Learning (HFML) lab and Houston Methodist Hospital has received about $200,000 funding from the National Safety Council’s Road to Zero to study drowsy driving among night-shift nurses. More information HERE.