This passive software testing technology was developed by Dr. Guanling Chen, a computer science professor at UMass Lowell. It is a coarse-grained modeling method for automated graphical user interface (GUI) testing of contest-aware android applications.
Professor Guanling Chen from the Computer Science department at UMass Lowell invented an energy-efficient continuous location tracking system that works with Android smartphones. This technology will be utilized to develop two mobile applications that target location-based behavior health markets.
Physics and Applied Physics prof. Supriya Chakrabarti founded the Lidar Ground Satellite, which sits on the ground and sends out pulses of light that create a 360-degree, 3D picture to measure the effects of radiation, erosion and carbon in the environment.
Prof. Ramaswamy Nagarajan from the department of plastics engineering at UMass Lowell has developed a new type of strain sensor suitable for wirelessly monitoring the mechanical deformation in tension, compression or bending using radio frequency based interrogation.
Civil and Environmental Engineering prof. Pradeep Kurup has designed the Electronic Tongue, an innovative technology invented for food safety applications and environmental monitoring. It is used to detect heavy metals and other inorganic contaminants in water.