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Todd Ingalls

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Biography

Todd Ingalls is a media composer who works with interactive performance and experiential media systems. He is currently Professor of Research and Associate Director of the School of Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University where he also serves as Assistant Director. His research focuses on gestural communication and embodied media interaction, affect in music, and algorithmic media composition as well as novel mediated environments for stroke and Parkinson's disease rehabilitation.

Publications

Journal Publications

G. L. Johnson, Todd Ingalls, Britta Joy Peterson, and Xin Wei Sha. "Ensemble, Entrainment, and Movement in the Mess of the Matter: Non-anthropocentric Design of Responsive-Media Environments." The Journal of Somaesthetics 4, no. 2 (2019).

 

M. Baran*, Lehrer, N., Duff, M., Venkataraman, V., Turaga, P., Ingalls, T., Rymer, W.Z., Wolf, S.L. and Rikakis, T., 2015. Interdisciplinary concepts for design and implementation of mixed reality interactive neurorehabilitation systems for stroke . Physical therapy, 95 (3), pp.449-460.

 

J. Jellish,  J. J. Abbas, T. Ingalls, P Mahant, J. Samanta, M.C. Ospina,  N. Krishnamurthi. A System for Real-Time Feedback to Improve Gait and Posture in Parkinson's Disease. IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics, 19(6), 1809-1819. 2015

 

T. Ingalls. Affect in Media: Embodied Media Interaction in Performance and Public Art. IEEE Multimedia. Volume 20, Issue 3, pp. 4 - 7, 2013.

 

D. Swaminathan, H. Thornburg, T. Ingalls, J. Mumford, S. Rajko, J. James, E. Campana, B. Peng, and G. Qian. A dynamic bayesian approach to computational laban shape quality analysis . Hindawi Journal : Advances in Human Computer Interaction, vol. 2009, Article ID 362651, 17 pages, 2009. doi:10.1155/2009/362651.

H. Sundaram and T. Ingalls. Signal Processing for the Arts: Reaching Out to New Audiences . IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 23(3), pages 14-18, 2006.

 

Conference Papers 

 

J. Weiler*, Piyum Fernando, Todd Ingalls, and Stacey Kuznetsov. "Lithobox: Creative Practice at the Intersection of Craft and Technology." In Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction, pp. 471-477. ACM, 2019.

 

J. Bratt, Brandon Mechtley, Todd Ingalls, Garrett Laroy Johnson, Sha Xin Wei, and Adam Nocek. "Heat and Noise (Renao): Media Ecologies and Urban Futures." In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Movement and Computing, p. 29. ACM, 2019.

 

P. Pataranutaporn*, Todd Ingalls, and Ed Finn. "Biological HCI: towards integrative interfaces between people, computer, and biological materials." In Extended Abstracts of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, p. LBW579. ACM, 2018.

 

G. L. Johnson, Britta Joy Peterson, Todd Ingalls, and Sha Xin Wei. "Lanterns: An Enacted and Material Approach to Ensemble Group Activity with Responsive Media." In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Movement and Computing, p. 37. ACM, 2018.

 

G. Isaac*, Hayes, L and Ingalls, T. Cross-Modal Terrains: Navigating Sonic Space through Haptic Feedback. In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Copenhagen. 2017.

 

H. Zhao, Q. Wang, Todd Ingalls, G. Coleman, P. Turaga, A Home-based system for postural symmetry assessment and training', at the 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, August 2016.

 

E. Montpellier, Garrett Laroy Johnson, Omar Al Faleh, Joshua Gigantino, Assegid Kidane, Nikolaos Chandolias, Connor Rawls, Todd Ingalls, and Xin Wei Sha. "Suturing space: Tabletop portals for collaboration." In International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, pp. 472-484. Springer, Cham, 2015.

 

Q. Wang, G. Coleman, T. Ingalls, P. Turaga. SomaTech: An Exploratory Interface for Altering Movement Habits , ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 26, 2014.

 

M. Neubauer, T. Ingalls, “Interactive Data driven Public Art" Balanced/Unbalanced 2013. Noosa, Australia, June 1, 2013.

 

T. Ingalls, P. Turaga, V. Venkataraman. “Activity quality measures for stroke rehab at the home: Challenges and AME experiments”, 1st Piper Health Solutions Workshop on Rehabilitation Robotics, Tempe, AZ. Feb 22, 2013.

 

C. Voung*, T. Ingalls, Using real-time feedback to target limb placement and limb movement velocity in people with Parkinson’s Disease.. Neuroscience Meeting 2012, New Orleans, LA. Oct. 17, 2012.

 

M. Baran, N. Lehrer, D. Siwiak, Y. Chen, M. Duff, T. Ingalls, T. Rikakis, Design of a HomeBased Adaptive Mixed Reality Rehabilitation System for Stroke Survivors, 33rd Annual International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference Conference, Sept. 3, 2011

 

C. Vuong*, T. Ingalls,J. Abbas, Transforming Clinical Rehabilitation into Interactive Multimedia, ACM Multimedia, Dec. 3, 2011,

 

M. Baran, N. Lehrer, D. Siwiak*, Y. Chen, M. Duff, T. Ingalls, T. Rikakis, Design of a Home-Based Adaptive Mixed Reality Rehabilitation System for Stroke Survivors, 33rd Annual International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference Conference, Sept. 3, 2011

 

I. Wallis*, T. Ingalls, E. Campana, and J. Goodman. A Rule-Based Generative Music System Controlled by Desired Valence and Arousal. in Proc. Sound and Music Computing Conf. Padova, Italy. July 9-11. 2011

 

I. Wallis*, T. Ingalls, E. Campana, and C. Vuong. The Instrumental Hobby and Long-Term Engagement with HCI . in 25th BCS Conf. on Human-Computer Interaction Workshop--When Words Fail: What can Music Interaction tell us about HCI? Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. July 4, 2011

 

W. Yu*, T. Ingalls,  Trails – An Interactive Web History Visualization and Tagging Tool, HCI International 2011 Conference Proceedings, July, 2011.

 

W. Yu*, T. Ingalls, C. Vuong, An Interactive Multimedia System for Parkinson’s Patient Rehabilitation, HCI International 2011 Conference Proceedings, July, 2011.

 

C. Martinez, R. Kemp, D. Birchfield, E. Campana, T. Ingalls, Gkisedtanamoogk. Culturally Sensible Digital Place-Making: Design of the Mediated XicanIndio Resolana. Fourth International Conference on Embedded and Embodied Interaction. January 25-27, 2010, Cambridge MA. Accepted. 2010.

 

C. Martinez, J. Mumford, S. Rajko, L. Tolentino, E. Campana, T. Ingalls, H. Thornburg, HandJabber: An Enactive Framework for Collaborative Creative Expression, ACM Creativity and Cognition 2009.

 

T. Ingalls, G. Martius, M. Marz and S. J. Prohaska. Converting DNA to Music: ComposAlign , German Conference on Bioinformatics 2009, Halle (Saale), Germany, September 28-30, pages 93-103, 2009.

 

D. Swaminathan, H. Thornburg, T. Ingalls, S. Rajko, J. James, E. Campana, K. Afanador, and R. Leistikow. Capturing expressive and indicative qualities of conducting gesture: An application of temporal expectancy models , Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval. Sense of Sounds, July, pages 34–55, 2008.

 

K. Afanador, E. Campana, T. Ingalls, D. Swaminathan, H. Thornburg, J. James, J. Mumford, G. Qian, S. Rajko. On Cross-Modal Perception of Musical Tempo and the Speed of Human Movement , Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Sense of Sound, SpringerVerlang, pages 235-245, 2008.

 

I. Wallis, T. Ingalls, E. Campana. Computer-generating emotional music: The design of an affective Music Algorithm , Proc. of the 11th Int. Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-08), Espoo, Finland, September 1-4, pages 1-7, 2008.

 

K. Afanador, T. Ingalls, E. Campana. Effects of Tempo on Perceived Speed of Human Movement , Proceedings of International Conference on Computer Music, pages 518-522, 2007.

 

D. Swaminathan,  H. Thornburg, T. Ingalls, J. James, S. Rajko, K. Afanador. A New Gestural Control Paradigm for Musical Expression: Real-time Conducting Analysis via Temporal Expectancy Models , Proceedings of International Conference on Computer Music, 348-355, 2007.

 

I. Wallis, T. Ingalls, T. Rikakis, L. Olsen, Y. Chen, W. Xu, H. Sundaram. Real-Time Sonification of Movement for an Immersive Stroke Rehabilitation Environment , Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Auditory Display, Montréal, Canada, 497-506, 2007.

 

H. Thornburg*, D. Swaminathan, T. Ingalls,  R. Leistikow. Joint Segmentation and Temporal Structure Inference for Partially-Observed Event Sequences , Proc of IEEE, International Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing, pages 41-44, 2007.

 

T. Ingalls, J. James, G. Qian, H. Thornburg, E. Campana, S. Rajko, D. Swaminatham, J. Mumford, K. Afanador, S. Narayanan. Response: An applied example of Computational Somatics . 4th International Conference on Enactive, Interfaces. Grenoble, November, pages 353-357, 2007.

 

H. Taube, T. Ingalls. RTS: Real Time Scheduling in Common Music , Proceedings of International Conference on Computer Music 2007, pages 421-424. 2007.

 

S. Rajko*, G. Qian, T. Ingalls,  and J. James,  "Real-time Gesture Recognition with Minimal Training Requirements and On-line Learning",  in Proc. CVPR, 2007.

 

J. James, T. Ingalls, G. Qian, L. Olsen, T. Rikakis. Lucidity: A Movement-based Interactive Dance Performance . Leonardo Electronic Almanac. Vol. 15, No. 3 - 4 Online journal. 10 May, 2007.

 

K. Schupp and T. Ingalls. Issues Surrounding the Use of Interactive Technology Within Dance Performance , National Dance Education Organization Proceedings. October 6 – 10. 400-407, 2006.

 

Y. Chen , W. Xu , R.I. Wallis , H. Sundaram , T. Rikakis , T. Ingalls , L. Olson , J. He, The design of a real-time, multimodal biofeedback system for stroke patient rehabilitation . MULTIMEDIA ’06: Proceedings of the 14th annual ACM international  conference on Multimedia, pages 763-772, 2006.

 

J. James , T. Ingalls , G. Qian , L. Olson,  D. Whiteley, S. Wong, T. Rikakis. Movement-based Interactive Dance Performance. MULTIMEDIA ’06: Proceedings of the 14th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia, pages 470-480, 2006.

 

G. Qian, J. James, T. Ingalls, T. Rikakis, S. Rajko, Y. Wang, D. Whiteley, and F. Guo. Human movement analysis for interactive dance , Proceedings of International Conference on Image and Video Retrieval. Lecture Notes in Computer Science volume 4071, pages 499-502, 2006.

 

H. Huang, Y. Chen, W. Xu, H. Sundaram, L. Olson, , T. Ingalls, T. Rikakis, J. He Novel Design of Interactive Multimodal Biofeedback System for Neurorehabilitation, Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, pages 4925-4928, 2006.

 

S. Wong , S. Rajko , T. Ingalls.  A Novel Choreographic Process Using Quaternion Based Angle Representation, International Digital Media and Arts Association Series. <code> HumanSystems | DigitalBodies. Proceedings online, 2006.

 

H. Huang , T. Ingalls , L. Olson , K. Ganley , T. Rikakis , J. He. I nteractive Multimodal Biofeedback for Task-Oriented Neural Rehabilitation , International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Shanghai, China. 2547-2550, 2005.

 

D. Whiteley , G. Qian , T. Rikakis , J. James , T. Ingalls , S. Wong , L. Olson. “Real-Time Tracking of Multiple People from Unlabelled Markers and Its Application in Interactive Dance,” Proceedings British Machine Vision Conference. Oxford, UK, September 5-8, Proceedings online, 2005.

 

H. Huang, J. He, T. Rikakis, T. Ingalls, L. Olson. A new framework of biofeedback system for neural rehabilitation , IEEE, Biomedical Engineering Society. Fall Meeting, 2004.

G. Qian*, F. Guo, T. Ingalls, L. Olson, J. James, T. Rikakis. A Gesture-Driven Multimodal Interactive Dance System , IEEE, International Conference on Multimedia and Expo. Taipei, Taiwan, China. June 27-30. pages 1579-1582, 2004.

T. Ingalls, T. Rikakis, J. James, G. Qian, L. Olson, F. Guo, S. Wong. A Movement Recognition Engine for the Development of Interactive Multimedia Works ,  The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour. Motion, Emotion and Cognition - ConGAS Symposium on Gesture Interfaces for Multimedia Systems. University of Leeds, UK. March 29-30, 2004.

 

Book Chapters

I. Wallis*, T. Ingalls, E. Campana, C. Voung, Amateur Musicians, Long-Term Engagement, and HCI , in Music and Human-Computer Interaction Springer Series on Cultural Computing, pp 49-66, 2013. 

E. Campana, T. Ingalls, J. Mumford, G. Qian, S. Rajko, D. Swaminathan, H. Thornburg, K. Afanador, J. James, A. Kidane, S. Rangarajan. Handjabber: Exploring metaphoric gesture and non-verbal communication via an interactive art installation n , in Integrating Gestures ,G. Stam and M. Ishino (ed). Johns Benjamins, pp 355-364 2010.

Y. Chen, H. Sundaram, T. Rikakis, L. Olson, T. Ingalls, and J. He. Experiential Media Systems - The Biofeedback Project , in Multimedia Content Analysis: Theory and Applications, A. Divakaran (eds.), Springer Verlag, pages 207-240, 2009.

 

Conference Abstracts

N. Muthukrishnan1, J. Abbas, P. Turaga, T. Ingalls, N. Krishnamurthi  Gait and balance monitoring using wearable technology for real-time feedback in Parkinson’s disease. Program No. 383.20. 2019 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Chicago, IL: Society for Neuroscience, 2019.

 

C. Vuong*, W. Yu, L. M. Gonzales, T. Ingalls, B. Peng, I. Wallis, J. Hwang. Mixed-Reality Systems Aid Movement Parameters Through the Combination of Multimodal Cueing, Feedback Techniques, and the BIG Protocol . 2009 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students. November 5, 2009.

 

L. M. Gonzales, C. Vuong*, T. Ingalls, E. Campana, B. Peng, J. Hwang. Auditory Feedback Enhances Motor Learning in a Hybrid-Reality Environment . 2009 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students. November 5, 2009.

 

J. Lukos, C. Ansuini, T. Ingalls , J. James , M. Santello. Effect of object center of mass location and its predictability on the control of fingertip position during whole-hand grasping . Society for Neuroscience, 2007.

 

J. Kiggins*, T. Ingalls , J. James , M. Santello , S. Helms Tillery Bow-arm kinematics in trained and untrained violin playing. The Neurosciences and Music II - From perception to performance. Poster Paper. Leipzig, Germany, May 5th-8th, 2007.

 

H. Huang, K. Ganley, T. Ingalls, L. Olson, T. Rikakis, J. He. Multimodal Biofeedback as a Training Tool Following Stroke, Society for Neuroscience. Program No. 989.25, 2005.

 

H. Huang, J. He, T. Rikakis, T. Ingalls, L. Olson. Design of biofeedback system to assist the robot-aided movement therapy for stroke rehabilitation , Society for Neuroscience. Program No. 181.18., 2005.

 

Performance / Installation

Sha Xin Wei, J. Stein, T. Ingalls, O. Khintirian, Timelenses. December 3 2016-December 7. Musée des arts et métiers s’associe à l’institut ACTE (Unité Mixte de Recherche de l’Université Paris 1, Panthéon Sorbonne et du CNRS)

 

Sha Xin Wei, J. Stein, T. Ingalls, O. Khintirian, Timelenses. October 1 2016-January 2017. The Donald R. and Joan F. Beall Center for Art, University of California, Irvine

 

M. Neubauer and T. Ingalls, Exhalations. October 1, 2016 – January 8, 2017 . Push Comes to Shove: Women and Power, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

 

M. Neubauer and T. Ingalls, Microclimates, April 14-May 3, 2016. Los Angeles Center for Digital Art

 

T. Ingalls and K. Schupp, Western Door/Power Trail , Currents 2014 - International Media Arts Festival. Sante Fe, NM. June 15, 2014.

 

T. Ingalls and Mary Neubauer, Urban Flock, June 2013. Balanced/Unbalanced 2013, Noosa Australia.

 

T. Ingalls and Mary Neubauer, Sensory Meadow . November 15, 2012 - Current. Stauffer B. Arizona State University, Tempe

 

T. Ingalls and Mary Neubauer, Monsoon Nights . April-October 2012 , Tempe, AZ as part of Scottsdale/Tempe In-flux series. Commissioned work

 

G. Coleman, T. Ingalls, M. Mosher echo::system,  Translife, International Triennial of New Media Art, National Art Museum of China (NAMOC), July 26, 2011 - August 17, 2011 

 

K. Schupp and T. Ingalls. Western Door/Power Trail ....., November 13, 2010, Arizona Falls, Phoenix Arizona. 

 

T. Ingalls and Mary Neubauer, Photo-Luminescent Sound Garden . February 12, 2010 - June 4, 2010 Scottsdale Civic Center

 

K. Schupp and T. Ingalls, Earth Measure . American College Dance Festival, New York, June 6th, 2008

Primary Group Authorship. Work for dance and music.

 

M. Fitzgerald, T. Ingalls, C. Ziegler, bodysense 2 . New York Premier May 2006. John Ryan White Wave Theater, Brooklyn (DUMBO), New York. Interactive 

 

T. Ingalls, L. Olson, J. James, Lucidity. Premiered April 2005. Nelson Fine Arts Center, Galvin Playhouse, ASU.

 

K. Schupp and T. Ingalls. Squaring the Circle. Premiered, April 2005. Nelson Fine Arts Center, Galvin Playhouse, ASU.

 

M. Bates Neubauer*, S. Van Note, J. Stewart, T. Ingalls, K. Neubauer, R. Konda , Inside Information . Premiered March 2004. Computing Commons Gallery, Arizona State University

 

T. Ingalls, pinus/poena .Premiered : Crossing 32nd Street Concert, Artlink Gallery, Phoenix. 2003

 

M.Fitzgerald, T. Ingalls, C. Ziegler, G. Cooper, bodysense. Premiered February 2003. Institute for Studies in the Arts Digital Arts  Ranch, ASU.

 

E. Puthoff*, T. Ingalls, East is East . Premiered Oct 2002 : Eye Lounge Art Gallery, Phoenix. Also October 2003 Axel Raben Gallery, NY, NY

 

C. Ziegler, K. Ikeda, T. Ingalls, Spuler, S. Reed, institut für feinmotorik, dance, dance, revolution!. Premiered August 2003: Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhle, Germany.

 

C. Ziegler, J. Palazhy, T. Ingalls, scanned V . Premiered Dec 2001 Spielart Theater Festival Munich, Also performed at Mauberg Festival, Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Facets International 2002 Bangalore,, several others.

 

 

Research Activity

Funding from International Agencies

  • Co-Principal Investigator, Canada Council for the Arts: “SERRA” Total grant- $45,000. 2016-2017.

 

Funding from Federal and State Agencies

  • Co-Principal Investigator,  National Institutes of Health, R21 Wearable Real-Time Feedback System to Improve Gait and Posture in Parkinson’s Disease. $443, 538. PI Narayanan Krishnamurthi 2018-2020
  • Co-Principal Investigator, National Endowment for the Arts: “echo::system, ActionStation #2-The Desert.” Total grant- $50,000. Effort Percentage 33%. Principal Investigator: Grisha Coleman. 2012-2014
  • Co-Principal Investigator, Association of Performing Arts Presenters. “echo::system - ActionStation #2 - The Desert.” $7,000. Effort percentage 50%. Principal Investigator: Grisha Coleman. 2009-2010
  • Faculty Participant, National Science Foundation: “An Interdisciplinary Research Environment for Motion Analysis,” CISE research infrastructure grant, Faculty participant, $1,021,399, 09/2004 – 08/2010. Effort Percentage:  15%. Principal Investigator: Gang Qian.
  • Faculty Participant,  National Science Foundation: “IGERT: An Arts, Sciences and Engineering Research and Education Initiative for Experiential Media”, $3,03,681, 10/1/2005 - 9/30/2010. Effort Percentage: 6%. Principal Investigator: Thanassis Rikakis. Note that ASU was only one of the two Arts / Engineering IGERTs awarded by the NSF.
  • Co-Principal Investigator, State of Arizona: “A Digital Media Based Biofeedback System for Neural Rehabilitation,” Biomedical research grant, $179,400, 2/6/2007-6/30/2010. Effort Percentage: 10%. Principal Investigator: Thanassis Rikakis. 
  • Co-Principal Investigator, National Endowment for the Arts: “Motion-e”, National Endowment for the Arts, $150,000, 08/20/2003 – 08/19/2005. Effort Percentage: 20%. Principal Investigator: Thanassis Rikakis. This is a prestigious and extremely competitive grant (13/280). The amount is large for NEA and is amongst the largest NEA grants received by ASU.
Spring 2020
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AME 111Intro to Digital Culture
AME 340Comp & Computational Principle
AME 499Individualized Instruction
AME 590Reading And Conference
AME 593Applied Project
AME 792Research
AME 799Dissertation
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AME 494Special Topics
AME 532Media Synthesis
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AME 112Computational Thinking for DC
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AME 799Dissertation
Fall 2018
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AME 494Special Topics
AME 532Creating by Algorithm
AME 590Reading And Conference
AME 598Special Topics
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Summer 2018
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AME 484Internship
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
AME 112Computational Thinking for DC
AME 394Special Topics
AME 499Individualized Instruction
AME 590Reading And Conference
AME 593Applied Project
AME 792Research
AME 799Dissertation
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
AME 484Internship
AME 494Special Topics
AME 532Creating by Algorithm
AME 590Reading And Conference
AME 592Research
AME 593Applied Project
AME 792Research
AME 795Continuing Registration
AME 799Dissertation
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
AME 484Internship
AME 792Research
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
AME 112Computational Thinking for DC
AME 484Internship
AME 493Honors Thesis
AME 499Individualized Instruction
AME 590Reading And Conference
AME 592Research
AME 792Research
AME 799Dissertation
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
AME 484Internship
AME 494Special Topics
AME 499Individualized Instruction
AME 532Creating by Algorithm
AME 590Reading And Conference
AME 592Research
AME 593Applied Project
AME 792Research
AME 795Continuing Registration
AME 799Dissertation
Summer 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
AME 484Internship
AME 592Research
AME 593Applied Project
AME 599Thesis
AME 684Internship
AME 792Research
AME 795Continuing Registration
AME 799Dissertation
Summer 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
AME 484Internship
AME 592Research
AME 593Applied Project
AME 599Thesis
AME 684Internship
AME 792Research
AME 799Dissertation