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Can locative media (Augmented and Mixed Reality, web applications, and social networking) serve as a platform for preservation of cultural heritage, informal education, and civic engagement? This is the question at the heart of the Auburn Avenue Research Project, a project that brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines – including media theory, design studies, and human-computer interaction – to engage the above question in theory and practice.
Educational policy at the state-level plays a critical role in increasing access to Computer Science (CS) in an equitable way through increasing the adoption of CS by public schools. In order to reach all students with computer science access and opportunities, we need to understand what is preventing students, teachers, schools, districts, and states from adopting CS education. Once we understand these barriers, we can better design and implement policy and curricula to provide computer science for all.
Robotics has been considered as one of the five key technology areas for defense against attacks with weapons of mass destruction (WMD). However, due to the mass impact nature of WMD, failures of counter-WMD (C-WMD) missions can have catastrophic consequences. To ensure robots' success in carrying out C-WMD missions, we have developed a novel verification framework in providing performance guarantees for behavior-based and probabilistic robot algorithms in complex real-world environments. We cannot assume the luxury of a do-over; we must get it right the first time.

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