|Awardee:||FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY|
|Doing Business As Name:||Florida International University|
|Estimated Total Award Amount:||$ 330,000|
|Funds Obligated to Date:||
|Awarding Agency Code:||4900|
|Funding Agency Code:||4900|
|Primary Program Source:||040100 NSF RESEARCH & RELATED ACTIVIT|
|Award Title or Description:||Center for Advanced Knowledge Enablement|
|Federal Award ID Number:||0829576|
|Parent DUNS ID:||159621697|
|Program:||INDUSTRY/UNIV COOP RES CENTERS|
|Street:||11200 SW 8TH ST|
|Awardee Cong. District:||26|
Primary Place of Performance
|Organization Name:||Florida International University|
|Street:||11200 SW 8TH ST|
Abstract at Time of Award
The explosive growth in the number and resolution of sensors and scientific instruments, of enterprise and scientific databases, and of internet traffic and activity has engendered unprecedented volumes of data. The frameworks, metadata structures, algorithms, data sets, search and data mining solutions needed to manage the volumes of data in use today are largely ad-hoc. The goal of this proposal is to initiate a new Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) for Advanced Knowledge Enablement. The proposed center will study the representation, management, storage, analysis, search and social aspects of large and complex data. The proposed center, hosted at Florida International University (FIU), will facilitate research on problems of relevance to industry and in a forum that protects the proprietary nature of the asset. The research program will involve state-of-the art techniques for enhancing semantics, internet technology and knowledge representation techniques for improvements in applications. The activities proposed by FIU will have a wide ranging impact on the industry for improved application of data management and access. The investigators at the proposed center will leverage their track record of involving FIU?s predominantly Hispanic student population in research with programs such as ?affinity groups? that enable research performed by the graduate and undergraduate students to be shared with other students. The Center also plans to expand opportunities of mentoring and graduating computer scientists from under-represented populations at the BS, MS, and PhD levels. The center plans to build a cohesive structure spanning multiple institutions, in part by enabling extended research visits at partner sites for faculty and doctoral students.
Publications Produced as a Result of this Research
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Zolotov, S; Ben Yosef, D; Rishe, ND; Yesha, Y; Karnieli, E "Metabolic profiling in personalized medicine: bridging the gap between knowledge and clinical practice in Type 2 diabetes" PERSONALIZED MEDICINE, v.8, 2011, p.445. doi:10.2217/PME.11.3 View record at Web of Science
Mingjin Zhang, Huibo Wang, Yun Lu, Tao Li, Yudong Guang, Chang Liu, Erik Edrosa, Hongtai Li, Naphtali Rishe "TerraFly GeoCloud: An Online Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization System" ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology, v.6, 2015, p.34.
Ugan Yasavur, Christine Lisetti, Naphtali Rishe "Let's talk! speaking virtual counselor offers you a brief intervention" Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces, v.8, 2014, p.381.
Bogdan Carbunar, Mahmudur Rahman, Jaime Ballesteros, Naphtali Rishe, Athanasios V. Vasilakos "ProfilR: Toward Preserving Privacy and Functionality in Geosocial Networks" IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics & Security (ITIFA), v.9, 2014, p.709.
Publications Produced as Conference Proceedings
Cary, A;Sun, ZG;Hristidis, V;Rishe, N "Experiences on Processing Spatial Data with MapReduce" 21st International Conference on Scientific and Statistical Database Management, v.5566, 2009, p.302 View record at Web of Science
Cary, A;Wolfson, O;Rishe, N "Efficient and Scalable Method for Processing Top-k Spatial Boolean Queries" 22nd International Conference on Scientific and Statistical Database Management, v.6187, 2010, p.87 View record at Web of Science
Project Outcomes Report
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Florida International University (FIU) is the founding site of the Industry-University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) for Advanced Knowledge Enablement (CAKE http:://cake.fiu.edu), which addresses technology industry-relevant research problems in data modeling, data collection, data mining, petascale archives, network topology studies, and novel search techniques. The research conducted by I/UCRC-CAKE addresses challenges that cross scientific domains and vertical markets, as many industries are facing existential problems due to the sheer influx of data generated.
The FIU High Performance Database Research Lab (http://HPDRC.fiu.edu/), the FIU TerraFly Geospatial Data Services (http://TerraFly.fiu.edu), the FIU Healthcare Information Technology Initiative (http://hit.fiu.edu/), the U.S. DOT Computational Transportation Project (http://UC.fiu.edu/) and the Autonomic Research Laboratory are operating under the Center's organizational structure. The Center's Director, Naphtali Rishe, is the inaugural Outstanding University Professor of FIU. The FAU Site Director is Borko Furht. Dubna International University, Russia, joined the Center in August 2010 under the Site Directorship of Academician Eugenia Cheremisina. The Center's Chair of the Industrial Advisory Board is Oded Cohn, Director of the IBM Haifa Research Center and IBM Corporate Vice President for Technical Talent.
The work at I/UCRC-CAKE has provided significant technological advances and contributions to the body of knowledge in multiple domains. The Center published 53 articles in peer-reviewed journals and 64 articles in conference proceedings (http://CAKE.fiu.edu/P/). Eleven patent applications were filed and 2 patents awarded.
An example of the cutting edge technological solutions researched and developed at I/UCRC-CAKE is the TerraFly project at http://TerraFly.com. TerraFly is a technology for visualization and querying of geospatial data that provides users with the experience of virtual "flight" over maps comprised of aerial and satellite imagery overlaid with geo-referenced data. Capabilities include user-friendly geospatial querying, data drill-down, interfaces with real-time data suppliers, demographic analysis, annotation, route dissemination via autopilots, customizable applications, production of aerial atlases, and an application programming interface (API) that allows rapid deployment of interactive Web applications to produce systems for disaster mitigation, ecology, real estate, tourism, and municipalities.
For example, the Center’s TerraFly technology is used to visualize the effects of disasters such as the 2011 Tsunami in Ishinomaki, Japan, (http://cake.fiu.edu/Tsunami/), including the Fukushima nuclear power plant (http://cake.fiu.edu/Fukushima/), and the 2011 Joplin, Missouri Tornado damage (http://cake.fiu.edu/Tornado/).
The TerraFly project has been featured on TV news programs (including FOX TV News), worldwide press, covered by the New York Times, USA Today, NPR, and Science and Nature journals.
Among the Center’s collaborative projects with its industrial members is the CARMEL-TerraFly Airborne Camera Monitoring System, whose capabilities are particularly of interest for disaster mitigation (http://terrafly.com/Carmel/). The CARMEL-TerraFly system provides situational awareness via real-time geographically anchored video streaming services, delivered via IBM Context Aware Rich Media Extensible Middleware (CARMEL) and accessed v...
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