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Students are shown how robots work by assistant researcher at the University of Nevada.

Washoe students participate in 14th annual Engineers Day hosted by the College of Engineering

4/14/2017
Interactive and informative demonstrations get local kids excited about a future in engineering

UAS tunnel flight

Mobile robot design course finds solutions to real world applications

4/11/2017
College of Engineering stays at forefront of teaching with UAS minor degree program

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Autonomous Robots Lab open house Friday

3/28/2017
Lab tours, aerial robot exploration demo, Carnegie Mellon University robotics expert featured

Kostas Alexis hosts Robotics Day

Autonomous Robots Lab invites students, faculty to open house

2/28/2017
College of Engineering building community of robotics

Arslan Munir with a prototyping board

Could your car be hacked? Smart cars pose cybersecurity concerns

2/10/2017
University of Nevada, Reno’s Cybersecurity Center develops faster, safer systems for autos, trucks, UAVs and buses

fixed wing aircraft part of NASA research

Symposium on UAS uses for search and rescue hosted by University of Nevada, Reno

1/31/2017
Autonomous vehicles in search and rescue operations, emergency response topic of symposium

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Ambitious, University-led effort explores mobility technologies

1/19/2017
Coalition of partners launches Intelligent Mobility to develop and test solutions for safe, clean and efficient transportation in Reno-Sparks-Carson ‘Living Lab’

A virtual reality image of a pool game

Mobile virtual reality gets a hand from University researchers

1/17/2017
A new approach to hand tracking brings immersive, affordable virtual reality to your phone.

Kostas Alexis Autonomous Robots Lab

Aerial robots to clean nuclear waste facilities; driver-assist autonomous technology to be tested in Reno buses

1/12/2017
Autonomous Robots Lab in College of Engineering integrating perception and intelligent systems into robotic vehicles

Eelke Folmer

Indoor navigation tool for blind individuals now available as open-source app

9/23/2016
Navatar, developed by computer science and engineering professor Eelke Folmer, launched this month on the Android platform

Alumni Association presents Senior Scholars

University honors 2016 Spring Senior Scholar recipients

5/9/2016
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 11

cybersecurity education for teachers

Amping up cybersecurity, computing training for Nevada teachers

12/3/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Nevada middle and high school teachers can apply to Cybersecurity Center for summer program to enhance classroom offerings