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General Phil Breedlove, USAF (ret.), distinguished professor of the practice in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, participated in a webinar hosted by the Finnish Institute of International Affairs and The Center on US Politics and Power.

Traditionally, electric components and systems, such as semiconductors and chips, are tuned and tested over months before they are optimized for a task. A new method uses a statistical technique based on probabilities called Bayesian optimization.

A diagram of the workflow in Vahid Serpooshan's National Science Foundation Early Career Development award study. The team starts with processing medical imaging data of patients to create 3D digital models of the developing human heart. These models are then bioprinted, seeded with cells, and analyzed using a variety of biomechanical and cellular assays to study the role of the tissue microenvironment in normal and abnormal processes of heart development. (Illustration Courtesy: Vahid Serpooshan)

The project focuses on understanding normal heart development and what can go wrong in those processes and lead to severe defects.

ECE Ph.D. student George N. Tzintzarov has been awarded the 2021 IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society (NPSS) Graduate Scholarship Award.

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General Phil Breedlove, USAF (ret.), distinguished professor of the practice in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, participated in a webinar hosted by the Finnish Institute of International Affairs and The Center on US Politics and Power.

Traditionally, electric components and systems, such as semiconductors and chips, are tuned and tested over months before they are optimized for a task. A new method uses a statistical technique based on probabilities called Bayesian optimization.

A diagram of the workflow in Vahid Serpooshan's National Science Foundation Early Career Development award study. The team starts with processing medical imaging data of patients to create 3D digital models of the developing human heart. These models are then bioprinted, seeded with cells, and analyzed using a variety of biomechanical and cellular assays to study the role of the tissue microenvironment in normal and abnormal processes of heart development. (Illustration Courtesy: Vahid Serpooshan)

The project focuses on understanding normal heart development and what can go wrong in those processes and lead to severe defects.

ECE Ph.D. student George N. Tzintzarov has been awarded the 2021 IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society (NPSS) Graduate Scholarship Award.

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