AICoE Research Staff
Pinar Kullu has a PhD in Computer Engineering from Hacettepe University, Turkey. Her focus for her dissertation was on optimization of Network-on-Chip (NoC) integrated circuit architectures. She joined AICoE as a postdoctoral researcher in October 2022. Previously, she spent one year at Drexel University College of Medicine contributing to a computational neuroscience research in the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy. In addition to her expertise in NoC architectures, her research broadly focuses on various applications of machine learning.
AICoE Undergraduate Research Assistants
The AICoE has teamed up with AI researchers across UD’s campus to provide research opportunities for undergraduate students of the Department of Computer and Information Science who are interested in AI-related work.
Mar Tejedor Ninou
Project: Radical Fashion: Digital Historical Reconstruction of 1920’s Garments for Virtual Exhibition
PI: Dr. Kelly Cobb, Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies
Project: How Can We Reconstruct Vasculature: Windowed Biomedical Image Segmentation
PI: Dr. Jason Gleghorn, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Project: Developing an efficient, scalable, assessable runoff risk prediction tool over the Great Lakes region using hybrid modeling
PI: Dr. Yao Hu, Department of Geography and Spatial Sciences, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Project: Transformers for Socioemotional Behavior Assessment of Children with Autism
PI: Dr. Leila Barmaki, Department of Computer and Information Sciences