CENTER FOR ADVANCED ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTS RECEIVES NASA FUNDING
The Center for Advanced Engineering Environments, an enterprise center of the Batten College of Engineering and Technology at Old Dominion University, received an incremental grant of $219,061 from NASA to continue its work towards developing the next generation of self-guided teaching systems. Total funding for the project will be more than $700,000 and is expected to be awarded by the end of the year.
The Center for Advanced Engineering Environments serves as a focal point for the diverse research activities pertaining to distributed collaborative synthesis and learning technologies and their application to future aerospace systems. These activities include the synergistic coupling of modeling, visual simulations, intelligent agents, multimedia and synthetic environments, human-computer interactions, computational intelligence, computational, information and collaboration technologies in the multidisciplinary analysis, sensitivity studies optimization, design and operation of future aerospace systems.
This article was posted on: July 20, 2004
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