Four teams receive TDAI awards for research pilots

August 12, 2022

Four teams receive TDAI awards for research pilots

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The recipients of TDAI research pilot awards for 2022-23 were announced at the institute’s annual Research Retreat, held Aug. 11 in Pomerene Hall. They were awarded as part of the Interdisciplinary Research Enabling Initiative, which resulted in seven teams total receiving support for research projects.

Congratulations to the following TDAI teams!

Jian Chen
Jian Chen

Differentiating Robustness of Cancer Diagnosis by Personality-Aware Intelligent Environment

Team members: Jian Chen – PI (TDAI core faculty Computer Science and Engineering), Anil Parwani (Pathology), Raghu Machiraju (Computer Science and Engineering, Biomedical Informatics, Pathology), Dhabaleswar K. Panda (Computer Science and Engineering), and Rajiv Ramnath (Computer Science and Engineering, TDAI community of practice co-director) from Ohio State, and Jeremy Wolfe from Harvard University (ophthalmology).


Xiaolin Cheng
Xiaolin Cheng

Development of novel chemical tools for controlling mosquitoes using artificial intelligence

Team members: Xiaolin Cheng – PI (TDAI core faculty and community of practice co-director, Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy), Peter Piermarini (Entomology) and Liva Rakotondraibe (Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy)


Jingzhen Yang
Jiangzhen Yang

Built Environmental Features and Teen Driving Safety 

Team members: Jingzhen Yang – PI (Pediatrics, Epidemiology), Harvey Miller (Geography), Yang Wang (Computer Science and Engineering)


Mario Peruggia
Mario Perugia

Quantitative methods for evaluation of virtual reality experiences 

Team members: Mario Peruggia – PI (Statistics, Psychology) and Shadrick Addy (Design, ACCAD) from OSU; Deborah Kunkel from Clemson (Mathematical and Statistical Sciences).

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