This research experience for undergraduates (REU) is engaged in the myriad of applications that are related to autonomous ground vehicles. This summer, 10 NSF-funded undergraduate students will participate in an immersive research experience, sitting side-by-side with graduate researchers and working on one of the most compelling, and complex, applications of today: autonomous systems.
The selection process for CAT Vehicle 2014 has completed, and we will post information about participants occasionally to this page. If you want to follow the 2014 participants closely, follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/CatVehicle.
Students from across the nation participating in an NSF-sponsored College of Engineering research program cap off the summer by taking the UA’s driverless car for a spin. The demonstration was featured live on FOX-11, and a story also aired on KGUN-9 in Tucson.
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Congratulations to CAT Vehicle 2013 alum Miguel de Jesus, who was recently awarded a 2014 Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship, worth up to $10,000. We're very proud of him and wish him luck in his final year of undergraduate study!
Congratulations to Tarif Haque, Joanne De Los Santos, and Duc Lam on the acceptance of their paper titled "A Mobile Interface designed for the Safety Verification of Autonomous Vehicle Trajectories" at the 2014 ACM Mid-Southeast Conference.
CatVehicle 2013 participants PJ Morley, Alex Warren, and Ethan Rabb were recently notified that their paper titled "Generating a ROS/JAUS Bridge for an Autonomous Ground Vehicle" was accepted for publication at the 13th Workshop on Domain-Specific Modeling, held with SPLASH 2013.