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Faiola, Huang spend winter break focused on research and recruiting in Russia and China

Scholarly outreach and recruitment were the focus of a trip over winter break for Anthony Faiola, executive associate dean, and Edgar Huang, associate professor of media arts and science. Faiola visited Russia to explore research opportunities and later met Huang in China to talk to students about what the School of Informatics and Computing has […]

Senior MAS student Roberson receives Joseph T. Taylor Academic Award

Lloyd Roberson, a senior in the Media Arts and Science program, was recently honored at the 43rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. Roberson received the Joseph T. Taylor Academic Award, which is presented to an African-American student who has more than 60 Indiana University credit hours and a […]

Students Design Online Games for the Indiana State Museum

Graduate students Joan Savage and Jay Hardin, under the guidance of Media Arts and Science faculty Dr. Joseph Defazio, have designed a new game series being featured on the Indiana State Museum’s website. The games are an interactive element of the Museum’s exhibition “Amazing Maize: The Science, History and Culture of Corn.” The games are […]

IU’s Advanced Visualization Lab a 2011 3D Film Festival Winner

IU’s Advanced Visualization Lab has been named a 2011 3D Film Festival Winner in the Best of Shorts category for their production entitled “A Universe of Questions”. Aimed at middle school children as well as the general public, this five minute stereoscopic 3D movie features video, computer-generated animation, and data simulations that demonstrate the value […]

Informatics alum’s animated short named an official selection of Heartland Film Festival

For School of Informatics and Computing alum Greg Oppman, animation is a way to bring his vision to life. And now Heartland Truly Moving Pictures will help him share his vision directly to the public as part of their annual film festival October 13-22. Oppman’s animated short, Girlie Jar, was recently named an official selection […]

ThemeVision LLC names Resoco recipient of fourth annual media arts and science scholarship

ThemeVision LLC is pleased to name Aimee Resoco as recipient of its annual ThemeVision Scholarship for the 2011-2012 academic year. The award is Indianapolis-based ThemeVision’s recognition of outstanding female and minority student talent in the field of digital media. Resoco is a sophomore at the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI majoring in media […]

Davide Bolchini

Davide Bolchini elevated to IEEE senior member

Davide Bolchini, assistant professor of human-computer interaction at the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI, has been elevated to the grade of Senior Member in the Institute of Electric and Electronics Engineering. IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. The IEEE reserves […]

School of Informatics and Computing faculty honored for 2011-12 achievements

Several faculty of the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI were recently recognized for their hard work, dedication and achievement during the 2010-2011 academic year. Honorees include: Josette Jones, assistant professor of health informatics, recipient of the IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award. This distinguished, campus-wide honor is given to faculty who demonstrate a positive […]