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Article ItemBiomechanics researcher uses artificial intelligence to detect injuries and improve treatment , article
Vincent Wang conducts research in biomechanics, specifically related to musculoskeletal injuries. He knew early on he wanted to incorporate artificial intelligence into his research, so he pursued collaborations with experts in other fields.
Article ItemHokienauts on a special mission to advance space exploration , article
The Hokienauts are one of 10 university-based teams from across the country that demonstrated augmented-reality solutions designed for use in spacesuits in a lunar analog environment.
Article ItemSix faculty win seed funding for new projects , article
The Junior Faculty Program from the Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science is one example of ways the university's investment institutes help build new research programs and nurture collaboration.
Article ItemAlumna Stacy Branham aims to make the digital space accessible to all , article
Branham admits that she backed into the field of human-computer interaction by accident in her junior year. Identifying with an invisible disability, Branham said she selfishly wanted to benefit from the systems addressing accessible computing.
Article ItemCommonwealth Cyber Initiative researchers at Virginia Tech explore how quantum networks could transform cybersecurity , article
In a cross-disciplinary research collaboration, Commonwealth Cyber Initiative researchers at Virginia Tech are designing the quantum architecture that may one day secure our everyday communications and connect us to the power of quantum computation.
Article ItemVirginia Tech alumna named ethics co-chair for leading conference in artificial intelligence and machine learning , article
A principal investigator and subject matter expert for a private research consortium in the greater Houston metropolitan area, Cherie Poland focuses on researching and explaining complex adaptive dynamic systems. She holds six college degrees, the latest a Master of Engineering from Virginia Tech.
Article ItemClass of 2022: Kodua 'KD' Kwarteng flexes the versatility of computer science to find his path , article
Kwarteng, a native of Ghana, is the first of his family to graduate with a bachelor's degree. It was not always an easy path or one he envisioned for himself. "The computer science program completely transformed the way I approach problems by forcing me to deeply consider constraints, costs, and ethics as they apply to any situation," he said.
Article ItemMehul Sanghani to deliver College of Engineering commencement address as Distinguished Alumni Speaker , article
A company founder and CEO, philanthropist, and proud Hokie, Sanghani and his success speak to the importance of intentional service coupled with bold leadership.
Article ItemTwelve Virginia Tech faculty join Innovation Campus , article
This first cohort of Innovation Campus faculty will play a vital role in shaping the new campus by helping to establish key research themes, enhancing the project-based curriculum, and developing the campus governance structure.
Article ItemHigh-tech exhibits wow Smithsonian visitors at the third ACCelerate Festival , article
Twelve ACC schools showed off Interactive projects at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History during the festival of creativity and innovation organized by Virginia Tech's Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology.
Article ItemVirginia Tech awarded $1.5 million to cultivate diverse cybersecurity pipeline , article
The multi-university initiative led by Virginia Tech will provide students opportunities to participate in experiential learning programs, summer internship experiences, and applied research projects to address the complex cyber environment and cultivate a diverse pipeline of cyber talent.
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