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.
ACE Lab doctoral student Changwon Son is one of the recipients of 2018 Aggies Commit Fellowship. The Aggies Commit is a Graduate and Professional Student Educational Experiences Fellowship administered by the Graduate and Professional Student Council and Office of Graduate and Professional Studies and sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President aims […]
Dr. Sasangohar’s interview with Chemical Engineering magazine was published in the February 2018 issue of the magazine called Automation and Control: Putting Analytics in the Hands of Engineers. Read the article HERE
Dr. Sasangohar is part of a collaborative engineering team led by Dr. Cote that received $1 Million in funding from Kleberg Foundation to study an innovative tool for Diabetes management.
Dr. Sasangohar was featured in the 2017 version of the Texas A&M Engineer magazine that highlights groundbreaking research by Texas A&M Engineering faculty. The article title “A hero to PTSD patients” covers the smart wearable tool to help Veterans deal with post traumatic stress disorder.
ACE Lab computer scientist; Jun Son (Mike) Choi; and his team (Team Shovel) won the 1st place at the Aggies Invent competition (final presentations here). The team designed an innovative solution to locate underground pipes using augmented reality.
ACE Lab was featured in an article titled “10 ways Texas A&M is making a difference in the lives of Veterans.” READ MORE