April 4th, 2014 / Author: Nick Ernest
Presenting at NASA’s Ohio Space Grant Consortium, Sophia discussed her continuing work on FLIP (Fuzzy Logic Inferencing using PONG) and the development of type-2 fuzzy systems to create a team of robots that learn from their environment to work effectively and collaborate. Her excellent work was given the OSGC Best Undergraduate Research Poster award. Congratulations!
March 12th, 2014 / Author: Nick Ernest
Sophia Mitchell was named the URSC (The Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly Endeavors & Creative Practice) Student of the Month for February, 2014.
Thursday, April 17th from 4-5 pm in Langsam library, she will present a brief synopsis of her work during the Undergraduate Discovery Student Lecture Series as part of this award. Good work and congratulations Sophia!
February 5th, 2014 / Author: Nick Ernest
Today at 1:00 PM EST the SIERRA team will be interviewed by WVXU (91.7 FM). They have also written an article regarding SIERRA titled “The sky’s the limit for UC drone researchers”. The interview will be a part of their “Focus on Technology” story.
Read the full story by Ann Thompson and listen to the interview.
February 5th, 2014 / Author: Nick Ernest
The News Record, an independent student newspaper at UC, interviewed both Bryan Brown and Dr. Cohen with regards to the goals and progress of SIERRA.
Read the full story by Samiyya Wilder
January 16th, 2014 / Author: Nick Ernest
Highlighting SIERRA, and in particular Wei Wei’s work which will be presented at the 2014 SciTech Conference at National Harbor, Md., UC News has published an article covering the recent achievements of MOST-AERO Labs. Preparing to be a leader in UAV operations, UC has already accomplished many great results and connected with a variety of outside parties that will further the impact UC, and in particular MOST-AERO, will have in the future of UAV’s.
Read the full story by Tom Robinette
October 21st, 2013 / Author: Nick Ernest
MOST-AERO student Alex Walker has acquired a timeslot to test his recent thesis work, Fuzzy Logic Attitude Control of a Magnetically Actuated CubeSat, in space on the ArduSat satellite. This groundbreaking endeavor is a first for UC. Alex will collect attitude and attitude rate data during his timeframe of controlling the ArduSat.
Read the full story by Desiré Bennett
October 2nd, 2013 / Author: Nick Ernest
The Office of the President and College of Engineering and Applied Science are increasing support for robotics education. In fall 2013, two new FIRST® Robotics Scholarships were awarded to incoming engineering students. Next fall, 25 such scholarships will be offered.
CEAS Interim Dean Teik C. Lim says, “Interest in the interdisciplinary field of robotics has rightfully skyrocketed, and our college is showing the results of this interest as enrollment in our engineering program this year has grown substantially. Computer engineering has more than doubled, and admissions to computer science have risen by 94 percent. Other engineering programs, including mechanical and aerospace engineering with a strong focus on robotics, have also seen double digit increases in freshman enrollment.
“Additionally, our students are consistently excelling at co-op experiences utilizing robotics while numerous widely respected organizations are taking note of their significant accomplishments. For example, a trio of our own aerospace students presented ‘Surveillance for Intelligent Emergency Response Robotic Aircraft (SIERRA)’ at the National Council of Space Grant Directors’ Meeting. This was the first time that NASA had streamed these presentations ‘live’ online.”
Read the full story by Ashley Duvelius here.
August 27th, 2013 / Author: Nick Ernest
Nick Schwartz is the UC College of Engineering and Applied Science Engineer of the Month for August. Nick maintains a 3.92 GPA in his senior year in the aerospace engineering program while working toward dual Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Aerospace Engineering in the college’s ACCEND program.
Full Article by Desire’ Bennett:
Yet another MOST-AERO student has been honored by this. Congratulations Nick!
August 12th, 2013 / Author: Nick Ernest
Kevin Davis, Bryan Brown, and Andrew Puterbaugh met with Ohio legislative government officials to discuss SIERRA research at the Space Grant Directors’ National meeting in Washington, D.C. The trio of aerospace students’ day was filled with meetings on Capitol Hill where they spoke to both Senate Offices and all 16 Congressional offices for the state of Ohio.
Additionally, nine UC Aerospace Engineering students have received an OSGC award, MOST-AERO recipients being Sophia Mitchell, Nicholas Schwartz, and Owen Macmann. Congratulations to everyone for their accomplishments!
August 9th, 2013 / Author: Jutshi Agarwal
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