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Laura Barnes

Position: Assistant Professor
Office: OLS 101f
Phone: 434-924-1723
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Email: lbarnes@virginia.edu
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Degrees:
Ph.D, Computer Science & Engineering, University of South Florida
M.S, Computer Science & Engineering, University of South Florida
B.S, Computer Science & Engineering, Texas Tech University

Biography:

Laura Barnes is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Systems and Information Engineering at the University of Virginia. Prior to joining the University of Virginia, she held faculty positions at the University of South Florida in the College of Medicine and at the University of Texas Arlington in the College of Engineering.

Research Interests:

  • Medical Informatics
  • Intelligent Decision Support Systems
  • Robotics

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Representative Publications:

  1. E. Gil-Herrera, A. Yalcin, A. Tsalatsanis, L. Barnes, B. Djulbegovic (2012). Towards a Classification Model to Identify Hospice Candidates in Terminally Ill Patients. IEEE International Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology.
  2. A. Tsalatsanis, L. Barnes, I. Hozo, B. Djulbegovic (2011). Extensions to Regret-Based Decision Curve Analysis: An Application to Hospice Referral for Terminal Patients. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making.
  3. A. Tsalatsanis, L Barnes, I. Hozo, J. Skvoretz, B. Djulbegovic (2011). A Social Network Analysis of Treatment Discoveries in Cancer. PLoS ONE.
  4. R. Garcia, L. Barnes, M. A. Fields (2011). Unmanned Aircraft Systems as Wingmen. Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation.
  5. A. Tsalatsanis, E. Gil-Herrera, A. Yalcin, B. Djulbegovic, L. Barnes (2011). Developing Patient-Centric Applications for Chronic Disease Management. IEEE International Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology.
  6. L. Barnes, M. A. Fields, K. Valavanis (2009). Swarm Formation Control Utilizing Elliptical Surfaces and Limiting Functions. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Part B.
  7. M.A. Fields, E. Haas, S. Hill, C. Stachowiak, and L. Barnes (2009). Effective Robot Team Control Methodologies for Battlefield Applications. IEEE International Conference on Robots and Systems.
  8. L. Barnes, M. A. Fields, K. Valavanis (2009). A Bar Magnet Approach to Controlling Swarm Formation. IEEE Mediterranean Conference and Control and Automation.

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