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Partnerships: UCLA

Center for Embedded Networked Sensing

The National Science Foundation Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) is a regular REMAP collaborator on a variety of participatory sensing and education projects.

Site:  research.cens.ucla.edu

Graduate School of Education and Information Studies

REMAP partners with faculty from GSEIS and UCLA Lab School on collaborative research projects, workshops, and courses. Projects include Science Through Technology Enhanced Play (STEP).

Site: gseis.ucla.edu


REMAP has collaborated with CityLab, led by Professor Dana Cuff of the Department of Architecture and Urban Design, on workshops and seminars, as well as innovative courses and collaborative research projects.

Site: citylab.aud.ucla.edu

Internet Research Lab

REMAP is collaborating with the UCLA Computer Science Department's Internet Research Lab (IRL) on the Named Data Networking (NDN) project. IRL's research areas include fault tolerance in large scale distributed systems, Internet routing infrastructure, Inter-domain Routing (BGP), and protocol design principles for large-scale, self-organizing systems. IRL is led by Dr. Lixia Zhang, NDN's Lead PI.

Site: irl.cs.ucla.edu

Game Lab

The UCLA Game Lab is a collaboration between the School of Arts & Architecture and School of Theater Film and Television, and is directed by Design|Media Arts faculty Eddo Stern.  REMAP has sponsored student research projects, including the one that generated Memoria Barrial, at the Games Lab.

Site: games.ucla.edu

Networked and Embedded Systems Laboratory

REMAP regularly collaborates with the Networked and Embedded Systems Laboratory of the Electrical Engineering Department on hardware, software and systems for entertainment control and participatory sensing.

Site: nesl.ee.ucla.edu