A 10-week research for undergraduates (REU) program on autonomous ground vehicles, controls, communications, vehicular security, machine learning, and algorithms. Students will work side-by-side with faculty and graduate research assistants who are experts in these areas.
This REU will support 10 students. Each student will receive:
CPS-IoT Week is the premier event on Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet-of-Things Research, and three researchers from the CAT Vehicle will have their results published there in 2021. Emily Baschab (University of Alabama), Savannah Ball (Monmouth College), and Audrey Vazzana (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology) continued work on their final paper, and submitted as a Work-In-Progress to the conference, where they will have an opportunity to present a poster on their work.
“Although I wish the conference could have been in person so I could have met other researchers in Denver, I find myself very lucky to have worked with my team, and to have been able to participate in the CAT Vehicle REU program," said Christopher Kreienkamp, whose presentation was through a YouTube video due to the COVID-19 policies of the conference. Kreienkamp and his partner Daniel Fishbein, were part of CAT Vehicle 2019.
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