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Philip Feng Elected Chair of Technical Program Committee

Congratulations to Professor Phillip Feng who has been elected Chair of the Technical Program Committee for Track 4 (Sensors & Transducers) of The 2018 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium (IFCS’18) [May 21-24, 2018, Lake Tahoe, CA, USA].

Case Amateur Radio Club on the Dais

Boxboro 2017 CARI Forum a Success

The Amateur Radio Club at Yale, W1YU, sponsored the second annual New England Collegiate Amateur Radio Initiative Forum at the ARRL hamfest this past weekend and the program was a great success. This year’s forum opened with keynote remarks by ARRL CEO Tom Gallagher, NY2RF, and continued with four outstanding presentations by guest institutions.

Professor Xusheng Xiao Wins Samsung Global Research Outreach Award

Xusheng Xiao has been awarded $100K through the Samsung Global Research Outreach program. The award falls under the category of Security & Privacy, Data Analytics and AI-based Security. The funded proposal title is "Automatic Inference of Application Reputation via PageRank on System Monitoring Data."

 

 

Professor Wyatt Newman - TEDx Talk

Professor Wyatt Newman recently gave a TED talk in Lugano, Switzerland. Check it out below.

http://tedxlugano.com/wordpress/2017/speakers/)

Professor Wyatt Newman Publishes New Book

A Systematic Approach to Learning Robot Programming with ROS

Wyatt Newman, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

ROS is becoming the de facto means of robot programming, and is expected to be crucial for robotics development in self-driving cars, service robots, military robots, industrial robots, aerial drones, underwater robots, and smart buildings and cities. This text is for senior undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals learning or working in automation. The ROS
style of programming offers many benefits to developers, including: access to a large library of ROS packages; open-source repositories; rapid prototyping of new robots, sensors and actuators; ability to develop code in realistic dynamic simulations; and ability to deploy systems that exploit distributed processing.