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2015 SURF-IoT Fellows

Congratulations to the following students for receiving a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in the Internet of Things (SURF-IoT) Fellowship in support of their faculty-mentored research projects and creative activities.

Student Name

Major(s)

Faculty Mentor(s)

Project Title

Nathanial Benjamin Informatics Dr. Kimberly Jameson Cloud-Based Tools to Empower Interdisciplinary Research: A Case Study on the Mesoamerican Color Survey Data Archive
Stephanie Chang Computer Science Dr. Kimberly Jameson Cloud-Based Tools to Empower Interdisciplinary Research: A Case Study on the Mesoamerican Color Survey Data Archive
Wilmer Domingo Computer Science Professor Gillian Hayes Using Wearable and Connected Sensing Platforms to Augment Pediatric Informatics
Yang Jiao Computer Science, Mathematics Dr. Kimberly Jameson Cloud-Based Tools to Empower Interdisciplinary Research: A Case Study on the Mesoamerican Color Survey Data Archive
Albert Lau Computer Science Professor Mohammad al Faruque M2M-Tracking: Encounter-Based Collaborative Localization using M2M-Sisted Particle Filter
Thomas Lee Computer Engineering Professor Hamid Djalilian Vestibular Rehabilitation using Wide-Angled Head Mounted Displays with Stereoscopic 3D
Jungkyu Park Computer Science Dr. Kimberly Jameson Cloud-Based Tools to Empower Interdisciplinary Research: A Case Study on the Mesoamerican Color Survey Data Archive
Luke Raus Software Engineering Professor William Karnes Qualoscopy
Tyler Stevens Computer Engineering Professor Michelle Fortier PainBuddy: Using Mobile Applications to Assist and Track Home-Based Therapy for Children Suffering from Cancer
Nicole Ulgado Public Health Sciences, Health Informatics Professor Dara Heather Sorkin Developing a Mobile Application to Address Obesity among Latina Breast Cancer Survivors
Thomas Wurzer Computer Science Professor John Billimek Health360: Comprehensive, Intuitive and Interactive View of Health Aspects to Drive Self-Healthcare and Social Well-Being

Number of Applications Submitted = 29
Number of Fellowships Awarded = 11

For more information, please contact:

Said M. Shokair, Managing Director
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in the Internet of Things (SURF-IoT)
Student Services II, Suite 2300
Phone: 824-4189 e-mail: urop@uci.edu

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