New WSU research could help improve the speed and accuracy of computers and robotic systems that instantly analyze images, reason and solve problems. Their work could be used in technology for self-driving cars in addition to many other applications such as robotic surgery.
The institute’s goal is to enhance the resilience of the power grid to withstand all hazards, including natural disasters and malicious threats.
Crimson Robotics is one of 80 teams competing in the popular BattleBots television show airing on the Discovery and Science channels. The WSU team was selected from hundreds of applicants worldwide.
Computer science graduate students Syrine Belakaria and Aryan Deshwal recently presented their research at the premier machine learning conference in the world with more than 14,000 attendees.
WSU’s Crimson Robotics team has been invited to compete in BattleBots, a popular television series that features remote-controlled robots in competitive battles. The student team will demonstrate its prototype robot for the competition.
Venera Arnaoudova, Anamika Dubey, and Subhanshu Gupta, faculty members in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, each received the five-year awards which are about $500,000 each.
Ananth Kalyanaraman will discuss some of the key advances, challenges, and opportunities in computational life sciences as part of the annual Bose lecture, which recognizes the top faculty researcher in the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture.
Sarah Fakhoury is one of 10 students in North America selected to receive the 2020 Microsoft Research Ph.D. Fellowship.
The tournament invite and growing participation from WSU students statewide has the university’s official Esports Club optimistic about its future as a collegiate force in competitive video gaming.
A new web portal includes information to connect faculty interested in AI across WSU, serving as a resource for researchers as well as for collaborators and supporters.