Five graduate students created iLenz, a deep-learning-powered mobile phone application that enables users to perform retinal imaging using a clip-on case, and won $15,000 in funding to further develop their idea.
Students advancing solutions in health, education, environment, and humanitarianism are making a difference in the world around them through the work they are advancing as part of the Nittany AI Alliance.
Kathryn Jablokow, professor of engineering design and mechanical engineering, recently received a prestigious National Science Foundation Director’s Award as part of the team that created the Engineering Research Initiation program.
Ten student teams have been selected to receive funding to develop a minimum viable product in the 2022 Nittany AI Challenge. The teams are using artificial intelligence for good to solve real-world problems in the areas of health, environment, education and humanitarianism as part of the yearlong competition.
Penn State Great Valley data analytics students Geethika Marru, Soundarya Mantha, Manish Ranjan and Rohit Muralitharan participated in their first first hackathon, placing second while learning valuable new skills.
At this year's convocation celebration, Great Valley honored Minyoung Cheong, assistant professor of management and organization; Richard Wall, adjunct instructor in the management division; Youakim Badr, associate professor of data analytics; and Ashkan Negahban, assistant professor of engineering management for their work and dedication to the campus.