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  • The main goal of the ACT (Autonomous and Connected Transportation) Lab is to understand interactions between drivers/travelers, emerging vehicular technologies related to connectivity and autonomy, and novel infrastructure designs using a driving simulator environment, analytical modeling, and field test tracks. Using the collected data, we seek to develop analytical models and perform data...

  • Despite decades of efforts there has been little progress in recruiting a US National Park Service workforce that reflects the increasingly diverse and multi-cultural American public. This VIP aims to establish a GT Public Innovation Center (PIC) as a means to increase the diversity and career opportunities with the National Park Service and other federal agencies, starting with Yellowstone....

  • Although dialectology is an established field in linguistics, an interdisciplinary research on dialect drawing on cultural studies, media studies, literary theories, history, and other fields is just emerging. To facilitate scholarly research and teaching, our team aims to build a digital resource center of the interdisciplinary research on fangyan media, the media productions...

  • Use design thinking and design behaviors in a team environment to: A: understand campus and community issues using an empathetic approach, B: engage with campus and external community members using a rapid prototyping methodology, and  C: implement change and design interventions that contribute to positive outcomes that create a novel world.

  • This is a bi-monthly seminar group that will be run like a Japanese “zemi,” or graduate seminar. Students will be asked to produce a research project or creative project on a topic related to East Asian media, broadly defined. This could be a translation of a Chinese short story, an analysis of Japanese films, a short documentary on social movements in Okinawa, etc. Transnational/comparative...

  • Students will be asked to produce a research project or creative project on a topic related to French Arts and Media, broadly defined. This could be a research article to be published in a scholary journal, a translation of a French short story or short essay, an analysis of French & Francophone films, a short documentary on social movements in France, etc. Transnational/comparative...