CatVehicle 2013 alumna Nicole Chan was selected to receive a William and Marguerite Hesketh Scholarship.

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.

PJ Morely was a researcher in CatVehicle 2013, and after his research experience he wrote this Car Lust blog entry titled "Engineering a Driverless Vehicle."

Alex Warren of the University of Arizona worked on ways to integrate machine learning to improve the accuracy of a CAT Vehicle simulator.

Tarif Haque of the University of Alabama was a participant in the 2013 Cat Vehicle REU. This video tells about his research experience over the summer.

PJ Morley of The University of Akron was a participant in the 2013 Cat Vehicle REU at the University of Arizona. In this video he describes his project, and the experience he had in Tucson.

Miguel de Jesus of the University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez participated in the Cat Vehicle 2013 REU. His video tells about his experience and research project over the summer.

Nicole Chan of the University of Arizona talks about her REU experience, and how to apply topics of software and control theory to research problems.

Eric Westman of the Frank W. Olin College of Engineering talks about making your ride in the CAT Vehicle must smoother with this video on his REU experience.


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