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This Wednesday, at the Research Team Share-out EdLab Seminar, I will be presenting some of the work the research team and I have done to make the best use of the Quuppa location tracking system. I will focus on a paper we recently wrote titled "Cluster Analysis of Real Time Location Data - An Application of Gaussian Mixture Models" Breaking down the title, we are trying to identify groups or clusters within a snapshot of 2-dimensional (x,y) Quuppa location data by using a statistical concept called Gaussian Mixture Models. In my presentation I will also highli...
I found this video about mapping the human brain interesting. I saw some similarities with the role playing activities we have been doing during the Development and Research presentations. Here we have a professor and innovator of neuro-science describing the research into "Connectomics" to people ranging from a 5 year old boy to a neuro-science Ph. D. student and an entrepreneur. It is interesting to see not only the d...
In my previous blog post I shared my work volunteering with with community activists from the Tayshanna "Chicken" Murphy Foundation to organize the Love in the Neighborhood STEM fair. I am pleased to share with you that our ...
Over the past few weeks I have been working with community activists from the Tayshana "Chicken" Murphy Foundation to organize the Love in the Neighborhood (LION) STEM Fair. The purpose of the fair is to generate interest among adolescents and teenagers from New York City high schools in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. My goal in this was to connect Columbia students majoring or minoring in Science, Engineering, or Math fields with students from a West Harlem high school. They will mentor the high s...