News and Announcements
Engineering capstone class leads to award-winning drone technology start-up
5/15/2015 • Kirstin Swagman
Nevada Dynamics aims to ease commercial use of drones
Students to showcase design course innovations for businesses, investors
4/30/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Senior Capstone Innovation Day showcases engineering design course projects Friday, May 1
Eelke Folmer uses human-computer interaction research to help blind and visually impaired people
4/16/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Regents name Eelke Folmer, associate professor in the College of Engineering, as the University of Nevada, Reno recipient of the 2015 Regents' Rising Researcher Award.
Grad schools, programs ranked among the nation’s best
3/20/2015 • Jane Tors
University of Nevada, Reno earns four graduate school, 23 graduate program rankings.
Robotics expert aims to automate bridge inspection
3/16/2015 • Kirstin Swagman
Research by new computer science and engineering professor uses robots to inspect crumbling infrastructure
New professor brings expertise in wireless networking to cyber security research
3/6/2015 • Kirstin Swagman
Ming Li is one of a group of new faculty hired to contribute to the University's Cyber Security Center
University leads multi-institution team to improve public safety communications
12/2/2014 • Staff Report
Project aims to initiate leap towards more open, participatory and pervasive sharing of the wireless spectrum
New grants enable computer networking researcher to explore cutting-edge wireless technologies
11/24/2014 • Kirstin Swagman
Work on free-space-optical networks could hold key to alleviating RF spectrum shortage
NAASIC to spur autonomous systems development, receives $3 million in state funding
10/3/2014 • Mike Wolterbeek
Innovation hub includes active research in robotics, drones and more, plus collaboration with industry, K-12, state agencies.
DURIP grant brings advanced research robots to University
10/3/2014 • Kirstin Swagman
State-of-the-art robots will advance research into how humans and autonomous systems can collaborate.
NASA interns work on autonomous systems, computer vision projects
9/30/2014 • Kirstin Swagman
Three computer science and engineering students tackled research challenges for space program
New business director joins NAASIC, University’s autonomous systems innovation center
9/29/2014 • Mike Wolterbeek
Lt. Col. (ret.) Warren Rapp to lead University-based business and research development of autonomous systems with the goal of creating industry-university partnerships to commercialize technologies.