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The ART Project, funded by NSF/SHB, is the subject of our CHI 2014 paper. See our CHI Video Preview.

CU-iMSE directors Keith Evan Green and Ian Walker are PIs for the LIT ROOM, an evocative literacy-support environment, awarded $200k under the NSF EAGER program .

Keith Evan Green will co-convene the CHI 2014 Workshop, Interaction and Architectural Space

CU-iMSE now offers the opportunity to earn a Certificate in Digital Ecologies.

CU-iMSE director Keith Evan Green co-authored the interactions feature, "Architectural Robotics, Inevitably" - the start of his book from MIT Press.

CU-iMSE directors Keith Evan Green and Ian Walker are PI and Co-PI for ART, an Assistive Robotic Table, awarded funding under NSF-CISE's SHB program.

• CU-iMSE was awarded software from Siemens PLM valued at $1,551,455

An interview with CU-iMSE director Keith Evan Green was featured in the March 2010 issue of Architectural Record.

Dr. Vincent Blouin [MS&E and Architecture] was awarded NSF funding to support the "Development of Design Guidelines for Integrating Phase Change Materials in Buildings."

Dr. Johnell Brooks [Psychology/Human Factors], lead an iMSE effort in the design and construction of home+, our intelligent home lab within the Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center (photo on left).