This presentation from the 2017 Grace Hopper Conference instructs students on how to establish career goals, and develop a research program.
CRA-WP Nancy Amato
Get the slides, recording and FAQ from Nancy Amato’s research presentation of her recent Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall on Planning Motions for Robots, Crowds, and Proteins and ReferenceLetters.
During the Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall Event, you will join students from around the world in a virtual mentoring event where you will learn about cutting edge research in the field of computing. In this talk, Nancy Amato will discuss the wide reaching applications of motion planning, including robotics, animation, virtual prototyping and training, and even protein folding and drug design.
Slides from the Grad Cohort 2017 Workshop. This session focused on the importance of choosing an advisor and getting the most out of interactions with your advisor.
Congratulations to Anthony Enem! Predicting Ligand Binding Sites with UOBPRM and Machine Learning Anthony Enem participated in the CRA-W/CDC DREU program under the mentorship of Nancy M. Amato at Texas A&M. Anthony worked on a team with postdoc researcher Shawna Thomas, Ph.D. student Diane Uwacu and high school student Benjamin Porter. Their project abstract: Many […]
By: Adriana Hamacher Original article posted on Robohub Ada Lovelace was the world’s first computer programmer, and heralded symbolic logic by demonstrating future applications for the universal computing machine that Charles Babbage proposed. She was exceptional in her era for her mathematical brilliance, but though she imagined future applications for a multitude of technological innovations, women at that time […]
The Computing Research Association (CRA) gives the A. Nico Habermann Award to a person who has made outstanding contributions aimed at increasing the numbers and/or successes of underrepresented groups in the computing research community. This year, the award goes to Nancy Amato, Unocal Professor and Interim Department Head of the Department of Computer Science and […]
Originally Printed in the Summer/Fall 2008 Newsletter Recognizing the growing need to diversify the computer science and engineering fields, the Distributed Mentoring Program (DMP, now referred to as DREU) has provided 15 years of effort to increase the diversity of graduate students in the computing disciplines. CRA-W established the DMP in 1994. From 1994 to […]