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UTARI, UTA Develop Device to Automatically Control BP

UTARI, UTA Develop Device to Automatically Control BP

Biomedical Technologies Division Head Muthu Wijesundara, along with Associate Professor Young-Tae Kim and Professor Khosrow Behbehani have received a grant for continued research of a "Closed-Loop Blood Pressure Control by Neural Stimulation for Cardiac Care Environment."

Theater and Social Robotics Project is Awarded IPR Grant

Theater and Social Robotics Project is Awarded IPR Grant

UTARI research team Kris Doelling, Mike McNair and Jeongsik Shin along with Julienne Greer (College of Liberal Arts), Noelle Fields and Ling Xu (School of Social Work) have been awarded a grant for a project that will mix theater and social robotics.

Plenary Talks at ICEPT include Reifsnider, Nobel Winners

Dr. Reifsnider is part of plenary talk at ICEPT in Wuhan, China

UTARI's Kenneth Reifsnider, Director of the Institute for Predictive Performance Methodologies was part of the speaker panel for the Plenary Talk at the 17th International Conference on Electronic Packaging Technology (ICEPT) in Wuhan, China on August 16-19, 2016.

12th Annual IEEE/CASE Conference

12th Annual IEEE/CASE Conference

Members of the UTARI research staff will be actively involved at twelfth annual IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering. The conference is sponsored by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS), and will be held in Fort Worth Texas, USA, August 21 to 24, 2016.

McNair, Huber talk Future Robotic Technology on "Tech Insider"

McNair, Huber talk Future Robotic Technology on "Tech Insider"

Mike McNair, AIS director at UTARI and Manfred Huber, Ph.D. reviewed current and future technology regarding robots and their ability to help people with everyday tasks, according to the digital publication "Tech Insider."

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