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Professor Soh and his collaborators recently completed the 2-week Professional Development courses for K-12 teachers for teaching Computer Science, as part of the AIR@NE project.

Professor Soh and his collaborators have a paper accepted to the Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI) conference 2022: Anirudh Kakarlapudi, Gayathri Anil, Adam Eck, Prashant Doshi, and Leen-Kiat Soh. Decision-Theoretic Planning with Communication in Open Multiagent Systems, 38th Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, Eindhoven, Netherelands, August 1-5, 2022.

Yi Liu successfully defended his Ph.D. proposal in June 2022. Congratulations to Yi!

Professor Soh has been awarded Charles Bessey Professorship by the University of Nebraska. See news article here.

Professor Soh and his collaborators published a paper regarding their work on decision making: Stevens, J., A. P. Saltzman, T. Rasmussen, and L.-K. Soh (2021) Improving Measurements of Similarity Judgments with Machine-Learning Algorithms, Journal of Computational Social Science, 4:613-629, https://doi.org/10.1007/s42001-020-00098-1

Congratulations to Mike Pack on publishing his second paper: Pack, C., Y. Liu, L.-K. Soh, and E. Lorang (2022). Augmentation-based Pseudo-Groundtruth Generation for Deep Learning in Historical Document Segmentation for Greater Levels of Archival Description and Access, Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage, https://doi.org/10.1145/3485845. Mike is a member of the IAMAS Lab.

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Professor Soh recently received new funding as a Co-PI from NSF Scholarships in STEM Network (S-STEM-Net), ‚ÄúCollaborative Research: Practices and Research on Student Pathways in Education from Community College and Transfer Students in STEM (PROSPECT S-STEM)”

In April 2021, Jimmy Erickson completed his Senior Undergraduate Research Paper: Investigating the Effects of Disasters on Social Unrest through Cluster Analysis. Jimmy was part of the SURGE project.

In March 2021, Colin Maly completed his Senior Thesis: Evaluating a New Software Engineering Program: Performance and Confidence of Majors. His work is part of Professor Soh’s research in the RICE Lab.

Congratulations to Anup Adhikari. He has successfully defended his MS Thesis in November 2021: Agent-Based Modeling of Spread of Social Unrest based on Infectious Disease Spread Model