FACULTY AND STUDENT PROJECTS

Students and faculty have worked on a great range of projects over the years. The more recent ones are listed below.

  • Predicting the NFL: Spring 2016 Team - Taylor Allen, Jacob Ball, Jacob Green, Cain Katt, and Alycia Olson. Fall 2015 Team - Jacob Ball, Andrey Biryuchinskiy, Jacob Green, Alycia Olson, and Evan Snider. Spring 2015 Team - Blake Adams, Cody Baker, Jacob Ball, Corey Cannon, Austin Cibulka, Adam Devery, Jacob Green, Riley Mayr, Craig Schlemmer, Evan Snider, and Daniel Waskiewicz.
  • Small, Private College and University Market Analysis in the Mid-Atlantic, Southern, and Mid-Western States. Spring 2016 Intern - Andrey Biryuchinskiy. Fall 2015 Team - Jabob Trotter and Beth Brunmeier. Spring 2015 Intern - Jacob Trotter.
  • On the Moral Implications and Restrictions Surrounding Affective Computing, Anthony Beavers and Justin Slattery. For a chapter in Affective Sciences in Human Factors and Human-Computer Interaction, edited by Myounghoon Jeon and to be published by Elsevier, 2015-2016.
  • Philosophy of Technology, Anthony Beavers In Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Philosophy. Volume 1: A Primer on Philosophy, edited by Donald Borchert, James Petrik and Arthur Zucker, Cengage, forthcoming, 2016.
  • Inforgs and the Infosphere: Themes from Luciano Floridi's Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence, Special Issue of the Journal of Theoretical and Experimental Artificial Intelligence, edited by Anthony Beavers and Derek Jones, 2015.
  • Traffic COP (Controller Optimizing Productivity), an agent-based simulation of intelligent stop lights to optimize traffic flow, Justin Simmerly, 2013-2014. Winner of the University of Evansville's Most Outstanding Senior Project in Computer Science Award, 2014.
  • Philosophy in the Age of Information: A Symposium on Luciano Floridi's The Philosophy of Information (Oxford, 2011), Special Issue of Minds and Machines, edited by Anthony Beavers and Derek Jones, 2014.
  • Technological Enhancement of Humanistic Education: Modeling Student Interaction in a Classroom Setting, Austin Willis, Summer 2013. Supported by the UExplore Undergraduate Research Program, The University of Evansville, $7,000.
  • On Playing (and Winning) Haugeland's Game in an Agent-Based, Dynamic Network Environment (working title), Class Project for COGS 498H, Complexity and Cognition, Spring 2012.
  • Transforming Standard Databases into Teleodynamic and Predictivie Mechanisms, Christopher Harrison and Anthony Beavers, Co-PIs, Summer 2011. Funded by the UExplore Undergraduate Research Program, $10,585.
  • Dynamic Associative Network Automatic Document Classification, Derek Burrows, 2010-2011. Computer Science Senior Project for Noesis and the Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Winner of the 2011 University of Evansville Senior Project in Computer Science Award.
  • Applied Associative Networks, Christopher Harrison, Independent Study in Math (Math 490) with Dr. Talitha Washington, Spring 2011.
  • Mechanists of the Revolution: The Case of Edison and Bell, Anthony Beavers and Brent Sigler, Spring 2010.
  • Dynamic Jets and Sharks, Anthony Beavers and Michael Zlatkovsky, Spring/Summer 2010.
  • Dynamic Associative Networks and Automatic Document Classification, Guy Wyant, 2009-2010. Computer Science Senior Project for Noesis and the Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Winner of the 2010 University of Evansville Senior Project in Computer Science Award.
  • Modeling and Visualizing Dynamic Associative Networks: Towards Developing a More Robust and Biologically-Plausible Cognitive Model, Michael Zlatkovsky. Computer Science/Cognitive Science Senior Project. Winner of the 2009 University of Evansville Senior Project in Computer Science Award.