Since 2002, UK has been at the forefront of using unmanned aerial systems for research. Suzanne Smith, director the UK Unmanned Systems Research Consortium, is leading the way.
In late July 2018, three students, a UK professor, and a professional mentor journeyed from Kentucky to the southeast African nation, where they spent three weeks constructing a kitchen facility in a local schoolhouse.
Sue Nokes will become the college’s first associate dean for faculty affairs and facilities and John Balk will become the next associate dean for research and graduate studies.
The projects will strengthen Kentucky’s commercial vehicle enforcement programs and improve motor carrier compliance with state and federal regulations.
Both will be recognized at the SME 2019 Annual Conference & Expo and CMA 121st National Western Mining Conference in Denver, Colorado, February 24-27, 2019.
Both organizations will be recognized at the SME 2019 Annual Conference & Expo and CMA 121st National Western Mining Conference in Denver, Colorado, February 24-27, 2019.
Coordinated by UK President Capilouto, director Fara Williams and co-PI and UK College of Engineering Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Johné Parker, UK has led the KY-WV LSAMP program since it was created in 2006.
The project will be jointly led by researchers at the University of Kentucky and the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Funding from the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health will further Cui's work in debugging large ontologies and customizing data collection systems.
Created over 30 years ago, the award recognized faculty for their “influential scholarly contributions, sustained excellence in teaching, and outstanding career or public service.”