In CDM’s Robotics and Medical Engineering Lab, Assistant Professor Isuru Godage investigates how the combination of stiff and soft robotic components can create novel robotic hybrids that exploit the advantages and conceal the inherent weaknesses of individual technologies.
Assistant Professor Alireza Khatami’s feature film, Oblivion Verses, premiered at the 74th Venice Film Festival, winning three major awards: the Orizzonti award for best screenplay, Fipresci Best Debut, and Interfilm award.
Professor Daniela Stan Raicu, along with graduate and undergraduate researchers in the Medical Informatics (MedIX) Laboratory, use the power of visual computing to advance research in the medical field.
Assistant Professor Anna Hozian and Associate Professor Brad Riddell wrote and directed the web series Other People’s Children, which has won a number of film festival awards and received over one million views on BoredTeachers.com.
Our faculty meet with representatives from industry to discuss potential research collaboration at the annual CDM faculty-industry mixer.
Research at CDM
CDM treats research and creative activity as integral to its delivery of first-class instruction to students. CDM hosts various informal groups and formal centers dedicated to the pursuit of new learning in computing and digital media. Faculty across the college are engaged in innovative research and creative activities and offer collaborative research opportunities with students and partners.
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