The ARTS-Lab is an interdisciplinary research lab focused on developing tools and solutions that enable systems (e.g., mechanical systems, aerospace structures, and civil infrastructure) to adapt to their environments in real-time.
News and Highlights
- April 2021, Jacob Womick is awarded a Magellan Scholarship for "Distributed energy solutions for actively cooled batteries".
- May 2021: New funding from the University of South Carolina, "ASPIRE II: A Rapid Response System for the Assessment and Prediction of Contaminant Dispersion in Wet-Weather Emergencies", PI: Jasim Imran; Co-PIs Austin Downey, Nikolaos Vitzilaios, Mohammed Baalousha, Erfan Goharian, 2021-2024
- March 2021: New funding from Air Force Office of Scientific Research, 2021 YIP: "Real-time Model Updating for Structures in Shock Environments", PI: Austin Downey, 2021-2024
- October 2021: New funding from NASA EPSCoR South Carolina: "Towards Real-time Online Validation of Additively Manufactured Metallic Components", PI: Lang Yuan; Co-PI: Austin Downey, 2020-2021
- August 2020: New funding from NSF: "Collaborative Research:SHF:Medium:Machine Learning on the Edge for Real-Time Microsecond State Estimation of High-Rate Dynamic Events", PI: Jason D. Bakos, CoPI: Austin Downey, 2020-2024
- July 2020: New funding from Office of Naval Research: "Digital Twin Technology for Navy P and E Systems", PI: Roger Dougal; Co-PI: Herbert Ginn, Enrico Santi, Jamil Khan, and Austin Downey, 2020-2023
- July 2020: New funding from Iowa Department of Transportation: "Robust wireless skin sensor networks for long-term fatigue crack monitoring of bridges", PI: Austin Downey, CoPI: Paul Ziehl, 2020-2023
- January 2020, Jason Smith is awarded a Magellan Scholarship for "Real-Time Estimation of Structural System State using Long Short-Term Memory Neural Networks".
- January 2020, Joud Satme is awarded a Magellan Scholarship for "Drone development for structural health monitoring".
- January 2020, Nicholas Peraino is awarded a Magellan Scholarship for "Identification of objects with passively sensing artificial seaweed".
- November 2019: New funding from AFOSR DURIP: "Real-Time Edge Computing in Structures Experiencing Shock", PI: Austin Downey, CoPIs: Jason D. Bakos, Paul Ziehl, Sourav Banerjee, Lingyu Yu, 2020-2021
- October 2019: New funding from NSF: "RTML: Small: Collaborative: A Programming Model and Platform Architecture for Real-time Machine Learning for Sub-second Systems", PI: Austin Downey, CoPI: Jason D. Bakos, 2019-2022
- July 2019: New funding from AFRL: "Real Time High-rate Decision Making for Functional Prognosis of Complex Mechanical Systems", PI: Austin Downey, 2019-2021
- July 2019: New funding from South Carolina Research Authority: "Smart Additive Manufacturing Enabled by In-situ Sensing and Hybrid Computational Models", PI: Lang Yuan; Co-PI: Austin Downey. 2019-2020
- March 2019: New funding from NSF: "CRII: Algorithms and Methodologies for Real-Time DecisionMaking of Mission-Critical Structures Experiencing High-Rate Dynamics", PI: Austin Downey, 2019-2021
- January 2019, Claire Drnek is awarded a Magellan Scholarship for "Gait Analysis and Person Identification Using Human-Structure Interaction".