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2015Tom Palmer completes his PhD dissertation: Palmer, T. J. (2015), Learning Action-State Representation Forests for Implicitly Relational Worlds, PhD dissertation, School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
2014Matt Bodenhamer completes his PhD dissertation: Bodenhamer, M. (2014), Learning Relational Concepts with the Spatiotemporal Multidimensional Relational Framework, PhD dissertation, School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
2013Michael Craig completes his MS thesis: Craig, M. (2013) Predicting Wrist Forces and Muscle Electromyograms from Cortical Data, MS Thesis, School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
2012Kimberly Houck completes her MS thesis: Houck, K. C. (2012), Automatically Identifying Stimuli from Firing Patterns in the Auditory Cortex of Rat, Masters Thesis, School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
Joshua Southerland completes his MS thesis: Southerland, J. B. (2012), Activity Recognition and Crawling Assistance Using Multiple Inexpensive Inertial Measurement Units, Masters Thesis, School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
Di Wang completes his PhD Dissertation: Wang, D. (2012), Learning Visual Features for Grasp Selection and Control, PhD Dissertation, School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
2011Kiran Kafle completes his MS thesis: Kafle, K. (2011) Adaptive Art Through Asymmetric Hebbian Learning, MS Thesis, School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
2010Emmanuel Goossaert completes his MS thesis: Goossaert, E., (2010) A Corrective Movement-Based Approach to the Online Adaptation of Neural Decoders for Prosthesis Control, MS Thesis, School Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
June-July, 2010Bion is on exhibition at EMOÇÃO ART.FICIAL 5.0: AUTONOMIA CIBERNÉTICA in São Paulo, Brazil
January, 2010Emmanuel Goossaert completes his MS thesis: A CORRECTIVE MOVEMENT-BASED APPROACH TO THE ONLINE ADAPTATION OF NEURAL DECODERS FOR PROSTHESIS CONTROL
January, 2009Emmanuel Goossaert and Rajibul Alam take second place in the 2009 American Meteorological Society Artificial Intelligence Competition.
June, 2008Charles de Granville completes his MS degree: de Granville, C. (2008), Learning Grasp Affordances, Masters Thesis, School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
February, 2008Our Research Experiences for Undergraduate site on Integrated Machine Learning Systems has been funded. We are now accepting applications for our 2008 program.
January, 2008The course Sm[ART] Spaces, co-taught by Andrew Fagg and Adam Brown, has been selected as a 2009 Presidential Dream Course.
December 15, 2007David Goldberg and Di Wang complete their MS degrees:
August 15, 2007Shamim Nemati begins his PhD studies in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
May 13, 2007Bion opens at Singularity in the Communal Tide, Pierro Gallery, South Orange, NJ
May 1, 2007Bion opens at the Stephenson Research and Technology Center at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Bion is featured in the documentary Oklahoma: Spirit of the People, which is being shown at the Oklahoma Heritage Society Museum
April 20, 2007Pulse Pool opens at the Boston CyberArts Festival and at the Fred Jones Museum next week.
March 16, 2007Di Wang has been awarded a Computer Science Graduate Fellowship in our department.
December 20, 2006The art installation piece Pulse Pool opens at the Untitled [Artspace]. You can watch the movements and pulses of the visitors live. This is the class project of the Spring 2006 Sm[Art] Spaces course.
December 6, 2006Charles de Granville received an honorable mention for the 2007 CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Award.
November 16, 2006
November 2, 2006
New course offering starting Spring 2007: CS 5973/4973: Embedded Systems
October 28, 2006The School of Computer Science and the Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program will be hosting the Research Experiences Symposium. All are welcome to attend and present.
September 7, 2006
July 30, 2006
March 31, 2006Charles de Granville and Andrew Snyder named Outstanding Senior in Computer Science and Computer Engineering, respectively.
January 30, 2006
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