INTEGRATE

INTEGRATE, short for “Integrating Robots into the Future of Work,” is a National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) program developed to provide a unique academic environment to enrich the training of graduate students in STEM disciplines, including computer science, engineering, psychology, and economics, to address fundamental research challenges in realizing the integration of robots into the future of work at the micro, systems, and macro scales.

Siddharth Suresh

Siddharth Suresh headshot

  • Graduate Student

Understanding how we acquire concepts using computational modelling.

Ivette Colón

Ivette Colón headshot

  • Graduate Student

Encoding of social and visual concepts in the brain and in deep learning models of human cognition

Bingbin Xia

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  • Undergraduate Student

Color visualization and the impact of visual cues on decision-making processes

Jack Dong

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  • Undergraduate Student

Virtual Reality and the development of its applications.

Christopher Endemann

Christopher Endemann

Data Science Facilitator

  • Administrative Staff

Facilitating connections and training researchers in data science.

Researchers use virtual reality to demonstrate effectiveness of 3D visualization as a learning tool

Researchers from the Neuroimaging Center at NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) and Dr. Karen Schloss from Wisconsin Institute for the Discovery at University Wisconsin-Madison have developed the UW Virtual Brain Project, producing unique, interactive, 3D narrated diagrams to help students learn about the structure and function of perceptual systems in the human brain.

Myra Mohammad

  • Undergraduate Student

Virus-host interactions and proofreading mechanisms in coronaviruses

Kushin Mukherjee

  • Graduate Student

Modeling how we learn and represent visual concepts and use them to perform visual tasks

Ryan Herringa

Ryan Herringa

Associate Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Neurodevelopmental mechanisms of stress and mental illness in youth

Bryce Sprecher

Bryce Sprecher

  • Research Staff

Acquire, process, interpret, and display spatial data for education, insight, and experience.

Melissa Schoenlein

Melissa Schoenlein

  • Graduate Student

Role of perceptual features (e.g. color) in cognitive processing and information visualization