Collaborative Research: HCC: Medium: Intelligent support for non-experts to navigate large information spaces

Apparently we never posted the news of our latest Gravity Spy NSF award, HCC 21-06865, Collaborative Research: HCC: Medium: Intelligent support for non-experts to navigate large information spaces, which was awarded in October 2021. This is a joint project with Kevin Crowston and Carsten Østerlund (Syracuse), Corey Jackson (Wisconsin), Aggelos Katsaggelos, Vassiliki Kalogera, Christopher Berry and Scott Coughlin (Northwestern), and Marissa Walker (Christopher Newport).

INSPIRE: Teaming Citizen Science with Machine Learning to Deepen LIGO's View of the Cosmos

This project (INSPIRE 15-47880) has developed a citizen science system--Gravity Spy ()--to support the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational wave Observatory (aLIGO), the most complicated experiment ever undertaken in gravitational physics. LIGO has opened up the window of gravitational wave observations on the Universe.

Previous grants

Our research on citizen science has been funded by three earlier NSF awards. You can see the descriptions linked below.

Gravity Spy featured in New Scientist

Gravity Spy was just featured in New Scientist magazine. You can see the story .

Imagine All the People: Citizen Science, Artificial Intelligence, and Computational Research

The Computing Research Association (CRA) Computing Consortium Community (CCC) has released our Quadrennial Paper research policy brief "“ (with Lea A. Shanley, Lucy Fortson, Tanya Berger-Wolf & Pietro Michelucci).

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