News and Announcements
Coalition of partners launches Intelligent Mobility to develop and test solutions for safe, clean and efficient transportation in Reno-Sparks-Carson ‘Living Lab’
A new approach to hand tracking brings immersive, affordable virtual reality to your phone.
Aerial robots to clean nuclear waste facilities; driver-assist autonomous technology to be tested in Reno buses
Autonomous Robots Lab in College of Engineering integrating perception and intelligent systems into robotic vehicles
Navatar, developed by computer science and engineering professor Eelke Folmer, launched this month on the Android platform
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 11
12/3/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Nevada middle and high school teachers can apply to Cybersecurity Center for summer program to enhance classroom offerings
10/15/2015 • Kirstin Swagman
A computer science and engineering co-op program is developing a web application for men considering prostate cancer screening that combines big data and personalized results.
10/12/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
There are more robots than people in the Robotics Research Lab at the University of Nevada, Reno, but they haven’t taken over yet.
8/6/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno are now working on a new, low-altitude traffic management system to keep autonomous aerial vehicles safer as they cruise through increasingly crowded skies.
5/15/2015 • Kirstin Swagman
Nevada Dynamics aims to ease commercial use of drones
4/30/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Senior Capstone Innovation Day showcases engineering design course projects Friday, May 1
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.