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Interdisciplinary UNH Team Awarded NSF Grant to Develop Smart Robots for Therapeutic Exercise Training

September 26, 2018

An exciting new interdisciplinary research project at UNH could lead to intelligent robots that guide patients through therapeutic exercise training. The project was recently awarded $750,000 by the National Science Foundation’s Division of Information and Intelligent Systems and is led by Momotaz Begum, assistant professor in the Computer Science department, along with Dain LaRoche, associate professor of Exercise Science in the department of Kinesiology and Sajay Arthanat, associate professor of Occupational Therapy.  “This NSF grant will help us to design robust robot learning...

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Announcing the FY2019 CoRE Recipients

August 30, 2018

 

The Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research announced the annual Collaborative Research Excellence (CoRE) awardees for FY2019. The CoRE initiative supports interdisciplinary and collaborative efforts driven by UNH researchers addressing local, regional, and world issues. Fourteen teams with members representing over 100 UNH faculty and staff from across the university, as well as 20 external partners, were awarded $425K in funding.

 

This year’s competition saw a 74% increase in applications,...

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2nd Annual CoRE Initiative

April 27, 2018

Thank you to everyone that submitted applications to the 2nd Annual CoRE Initiative.  We received 61 applications seeking over $1.7M in funding: 14 Interdisciplinary Working Group applications, an incredible 42 Pilot Research Partnerships applications, 4 Strengthening Centers applications, and 1 Large, Complex Proposal Development application. Submitted applications are currently undergoing peer review and funding decisions will be announced by July 1, 2018. We anticipate awarding $400,000 in support. Thanks again to all of the teams that applied and...

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