Lora Weiss

Senior Vice President for Research

Lora Weiss

Publication Tags

Robots Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Uav) Wavelet Analysis Polling Cation Terrorism Time Rheology Social Media Multi Robot Comparative Study Environment Monitoring Performance Doppler Effect Task Assignment Computational Methods Experiments Robot Reinforcement Learning Docks Decomposition Simulation Surveillance Data Streams

Most Recent Publications

The application of wavelet transforms to blood flow velocimetry

Lora G. Weiss, 2017, on p. 547-570

A model docking system for understanding radicalization

Lora G. Weiss, Erica Briscoe, Walter Wright, Sim Harbert, Keith Kline, John Horgan, Lily Cushenbery, Casey Hilland, 2013, on p. 251-253

Charles E. Pippin, Henrik Christensen, Lora G. Weiss, 2013,

Detecting insider threats in a real corporate database of computer usage activity

Ted E. Senator, Henry G. Goldberg, Alex Memory, William T. Young, Brad Rees, Robert Pierce, Daniel Huang, Matthew Reardon, David A. Bader, Edmond Chow, Irfan Essa, Joshua Jones, Vinay Bettadapura, Duen Horng Chau, Oded Green, Oguz Kaya, Anita Zakrzewska, Erica Briscoe, Rudolph L. Mappus, Robert Mccoll, Lora Weiss, Thomas G. Dietterich, Alan Fern, Weng Keen Wong, Shubhomoy Das, Andrew Emmott, Jed Irvine, Jay Yoon Lee, Danai Koutra, Christos Faloutsos, Daniel Corkill, Lisa Friedland, Amanda Gentzel, David Jensen, 2013, on p. 1393-1401

A comparative study of social media and traditional polling in the Egyptian uprising of 2011

Lora Weiss, Erica Briscoe, Heather Hayes, Olga Kemenova, Sim Harbert, Fuxin Li, Guy Lebanon, Chris Stewart, Darby Miller Steiger, Dan Foy, 2013, on p. 303-310

Charles Pippin, Henrik Christensen, Lora Weiss, 2013, on p. 70-76

ASTM UMV autonomy and control sub-committee F41.01

Lora G. Weiss, Lou Larkin, 2011, on p. 1999-2002

Liam MacDermed, Karthik S. Narayan, Charles L. Isbell, Lora G. Weiss, 2011, on p. 707-712

Markov games of incomplete information for multi-agent reinforcement learning

Liam Mac Dermed, Charles L. Isbell, Lora G. Weiss, 2011, on p. 43-51

Capability, safety are drivers for unmanned technology

Lora G. Weiss, 2011, Aviation Week and Space Technology

Most-Cited Papers

Detecting insider threats in a real corporate database of computer usage activity

Ted E. Senator, Henry G. Goldberg, Alex Memory, William T. Young, Brad Rees, Robert Pierce, Daniel Huang, Matthew Reardon, David A. Bader, Edmond Chow, Irfan Essa, Joshua Jones, Vinay Bettadapura, Duen Horng Chau, Oded Green, Oguz Kaya, Anita Zakrzewska, Erica Briscoe, Rudolph L. Mappus, Robert Mccoll, Lora Weiss, Thomas G. Dietterich, Alan Fern, Weng Keen Wong, Shubhomoy Das, Andrew Emmott, Jed Irvine, Jay Yoon Lee, Danai Koutra, Christos Faloutsos, Daniel Corkill, Lisa Friedland, Amanda Gentzel, David Jensen, 2013, on p. 1393-1401

Charles Pippin, Henrik Christensen, Lora Weiss, 2013, on p. 70-76

Charles E. Pippin, Henrik Christensen, Lora G. Weiss, 2013,

A comparative study of social media and traditional polling in the Egyptian uprising of 2011

Lora Weiss, Erica Briscoe, Heather Hayes, Olga Kemenova, Sim Harbert, Fuxin Li, Guy Lebanon, Chris Stewart, Darby Miller Steiger, Dan Foy, 2013, on p. 303-310

A model docking system for understanding radicalization

Lora G. Weiss, Erica Briscoe, Walter Wright, Sim Harbert, Keith Kline, John Horgan, Lily Cushenbery, Casey Hilland, 2013, on p. 251-253

The application of wavelet transforms to blood flow velocimetry

Lora G. Weiss, 2017, on p. 547-570

News Articles Featuring Lora Weiss

Penn State leads semiconductor packaging, heterogeneous integration center

The Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC)’s Joint University Microelectronics Program 2.0 (JUMP 2.0), a consortium of industrial partners in cooperation with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), has announced the creation of a $32.7 million, Penn State-led Center for Heterogeneous Integration of Micro Electronic Systems (CHIMES).

National Academy of Inventors names three Penn Staters as 2022 fellows

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) named three Penn State College of Engineering faculty members as fellows, the highest professional distinction awarded to academic inventors.

Penn State community grieves loss of biomathematician Howard Weiss

Howard Weiss, professor of biology and mathematics at Penn State, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Nov. 5 at the age of 64.

Penn State ranks 38th in new 'QS World University Rankings: Sustainability'

Penn State ranks No. 38 internationally out of 700 participating institutions in a new sustainability assessment by rankings organization Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).

Penn State’s $1.034B in research expenditures has broad, wide-ranging impact

Penn State reached a record $1.034 billion in research expenditures during fiscal year 2021-22, an overall 4.1% increase from the previous year.

College of Engineering surpasses $500M in external awards in less than 5 years

The Penn State College of Engineering has surpassed a milestone of $500 million in externally funded research awards since 2019. This sets the college on track to exceed its 2021-22 fiscal year total of $132.4 million in external research awards.

Witzig new director of Center for Security Research and Education

Lisa Witzig has been appointed director of Penn State’s Center for Security Research and Education. With a career that spans over 40 years of working with the U.S. Intelligence Community and in the private sector, Witzig’s new responsibilities will include securing funding for interdisciplinary research on security-related topics and organizing opportunities to bring together key players in security-related fields together with Penn State faculty and students.

What are potential animal reservoirs for monkeypox?

While monkeypox has been circulating in Africa for many years, the recent outbreak across the globe has exposed considerable uncertainties about the virus’ transmission.

Penn State launches Center for Neurotechnology in Mental Health Research

Penn State is launching a University-wide center to bridge fundamental research to understand the brain and mind with potential clinical applications for diagnosing and treating mental health disorders.

Warning bell for cluster hiring of researchers as survey reveals lacklustre results

Cluster hiring, a popular approach to faculty recruitment at universities in the United States to spur collaboration, often falls short of its goals, a survey of nearly 200 hired faculty at 20 universities reveals. The results, reported in the Journal of Higher Education, sound a warning bell for such initiatives, including a large hiring scheme that will soon be rolled out by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).