Smart living projects to explore earthquake response, breathable paints

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On February 6, 2018

Four Missouri S&T faculty members received $24,000 in seed funding for two interdisciplinary projects related to S&T’s Smart Living research emphasis area. The recipients are:

  • Abhijit Gosavi, associate professor of engineering management and systems engineering
  • Fateme Rezaei, assistant professor of chemical and biochemical engineering
  • Thomas Schuman, professor of chemistry
  • Lesley Sneed, associate professor and Stirrat Faculty Scholar of civil, architectural and environmental engineering

Sneed and Gosavi will collaborate on an exploration of using machine learning models to prioritize post-disaster responses to earthquakes in smart cities.

Rezaei and Schuman will lead a project examining the use of breathable paints for indoor air carbon dioxide control in smart buildings.

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