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Computer Science, Art & Technology Team on NSF Grant
October 2, 2007
Two professors from Stevens Institute of Technology have collaborated across departments and disciplines to win a National Science Foundation grant for a technical-creative research project titled "A 'Transderivational' Search Engine for Creative Analogy Generation in Mixed-Media Design." The professors are H. Quynh Dinh from the department of computer science and Ebon Fisher from the department of art, music and technology.
Stevens Institute of Technology
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