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In 2011, ADSC researchers received their first best paper award, protected their first trade secrets, finalized the first license for ADSC technology, created the first demonstrations of several new technologies, and received two new faculty appointments, all while having over 40 papers accepted at various conferences and journals.
The Advanced Digital Sciences Center (ADSC) hosted a Demo Day on November 19, 2011 for alumni of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign currently living in Singapore.
ARISE researchers recently demonstrated their data mining technology to the public at the Institute for Infocomm Research's (I2R) TechFest'11.
Recent developments in computer vision research at the Advanced Digital Sciences Center in Singapore by Bernard Ghanem and Narendra Ahuja could revolutionize the way coaches train athletes
The Advanced Digital Sciences Center (ADSC) has awarded funding for three new research projects to be conducted at ADSC's Fusionopolis research center.
The Advanced Digital Sciences Center (ADSC) and the Institute for InfoComm Research (I2R) held the first symposium on Interactive Digital Media on August 2
The Advanced Digital Sciences Center, Institute of High Performance Computing, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and A*STAR Computational Resource Centre worked together to host a month-long intensive course on High Performance Computing that concluded at the end of July.
Building on the work that won them an IEEE best paper nod in 2009, UI Coordinated Science Laboratory researchers Wen-mei Hwu and Deming Chen have captured another Best Paper award at the IEEE Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM).
ADSC is kicking off a new A*STAR-funded project that will eliminate significant privacy risks that currently impede researchers' ability to analyze biomedical data about individuals.
The vision of Kevin Chang's Augmented Reality Information Search Engine (ARISE) project's efforts to seamlessly "mash up" the real world and the virtual world of the Internet, bridging the divide between the physical world around us and the Internet's vast collection of information about that physical world.