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Computer Scientists Assist with Conservation Planning

08-16-11

Postdoctoral Scholar Daniel R. Golovin and colleagues including Professor Andreas Krause have won the Outstanding Paper Award in the Computational Sustainability and Artificial Intelligence Track at the 2011 Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Conference  for their paper entitled Dynamic Resource Allocation in Conservation Planning. The paper was selected from 975 submissions.  It addresses how computer science (in particular machine learning and adaptive optimization) can help conservation planning, by making recommendations about how to best protect rare species. [Read the paper]

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Matthew Faulkner Wins 2011 Demetriades - Tsafka - Kokkalis Prize

06-09-11

The student winners of the 2011 Demetriades - Tsafka - Kokkalis Prizes were announced at a special luncheon with the Demetriades - Tsafka – Kokkalis family. Matthew Faulkner was the recipient of the newest Demetriades - Tsafka – Kokkalis prize in the area of Seismo-Engineering, Prediction, and Protection for his work with Andreas Krause on using accelerometers in cellphones for detecting shaking from earthquakes.

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Professor Krause Invited to National Academy of Sciences' Symposium

10-27-10

Andreas Krause, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, is an invited speaker at the National Academy of Sciences' Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium. This annual symposium brings together some of the very best young scientists to discuss exciting advances and opportunities in their fields. Speakers are urged to focus their talks on current cutting-edge research in their disciplines to colleagues outside their field. Professor Krause's presentation is entitled. Optimizing Sensing for Decision Making and he will discuss how harnessing sensing resources, such as cell phones and navigations devices, could have enormous benefit on the productivity, quality and security of our society.

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Professor Krause Receives NSF CAREER Award

02-23-10

Andreas Krause, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, has been awarded the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award for his proposal "Coping with the Data Deluge -- Algorithms, Human Aspects and Applications" which investigates principled, scalable methods for extracting the most useful information from massive data sets. The CAREER program is NSF's most prestigious awards for junior faculty members. The level and 5-year duration of the awards are designed to enable awardees to develop careers as outstanding teacher-scholars.

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Andreas Krause is a Recipient of the 2009 Okawa Foundation Research Grant

01-28-10

Congratulations to Professor Andreas Krause who is a recipient of the 2009 Okawa Foundation Research Grant for his research in "Rigorous and Scalable Approaches for Optimized Information Gathering". This prize honors top young researchers working in the fields of information and telecommunications. [Learn more about the grant]

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