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Immune cell types, stimulations, and functional markers all contribute to the immunological features being analyzed by Stanley’s project

Stanley receives $219k NIH grant to analyze relationship between stimulations and responses in immune cells

September 1, 2023

Assistant Professor Natalie Stanley received an NIH grant worth $219,366 to develop new, fully automated bioinformatics techniques to identify and characterize clinically predictive intracellular signal responses elicited through ex vivo stimulation.

Cynthia Sturton delivers a lecture on hardware verification during WISC 2023 in Bochum, Germany.

UNC CS shares research, builds connections at WISC 2023

July 12, 2023

Researchers from UNC Computer Science took part in the 2023 Women in Security and Cryptography Workshop in Bochum, Germany, sharing knowledge via a keynote lecture and building professional connections with women from 11 other countries.

A diagram demonstrates how CoDi takes in multiple elements of various modalities and outputs a file combing elements of each to make a composite video clip

Breaking cross-modal boundaries in multimodal AI: Introducing CoDi, composable diffusion for any-to-any generation

July 1, 2023 | Microsoft Research Blog

In a recent paper: “Any-to-Any Generation via Composable Diffusion,” Microsoft Azure Cognitive Service Research and UNC NLP present CoDi, a novel generative model capable of processing and simultaneously generating content across multiple modalities.

Zineng Tang presents a Highlight research poster to a crowd at CVPR 2023

UNC CS shares cutting-edge computer vision research at CVPR 2023

June 28, 2023

UNC Computer Science research groups led by Mohit Bansal, Gedas Bertasius, and Marc Niethammer presented several papers and contributed to workshops at CVPR 2023. Here is a roundup of their papers, which used deep learning to tackle computer vision tasks.