UH Engineer Part of Team Awarded $7.5 Million MURI Grant to Analyze Social

Finding ways to harness these enormous data sets into useful tools that can aid in decision- and policymaking is now the focus of researchers across the country. Among them is UH electrical and computer engineering Professor Zhu Han, who is part of a team awarded $7.5 million through the Department of Defense Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) grant.

Four universities — University of Houston along with the University of California, Los Angeles, University of Maryland at College Park and Princeton University — are joining forces on the five-year project titled “Innovation in Mean Field Game (MFG) Theory for Scalable Computation and Diverse Applications.” UCLA is the lead on the project.

That is 3 AAU members and UH.

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