ARC Students at 2013 MI Robotics Day
The Michigan Robotics Day is an annual event co-hosted by the University of Michigan and the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) for visitors to
"experience the cutting-edge advances made by Michigan robotics’ companies and research organizations, hear from leading minds in the field, and see how students are diving into the field at the high school and college levels."
This year, at the Jack Roth Stadium Club at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, our graduate students were there exhibiting several ARC robotics projects.
From left: John Broderick, Amir Sadrpour (seated), Justin Storms and Steve Vozar
Research work from the following projects were shown.
- Reconfigurable Control for Failure Prevention and Recovery
- Evaluation and Performance Modeling of User Interfaces for UGVs
- UGV System Reliability Modeling & Improvement
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