Tag Results for Graduate (7)

  1. WPI announces RICC competition rules and guidelines

    On Friday, WPI formally released the competition rules and regulations for the Robotics Innovation Competition and Conference. The RICC [previously] is a competition for undergraduate or graduate students that encourages them to develop a robot and accompanying business plan that solves a real-world problem -- this year the theme is "Quality of Life." Checkout their website for all the information. Registration is free.

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  2. Georgia Tech creates robotics PhD program

    Georgia Tech announced today that it has established an interdisciplinary doctoral degree in robotics. The program, scheduled to start in the fall, is part of Georgia Tech's new Center for Robotics and Intelligent Machines. Georgia Tech, in Atlanta, says this is the first program of its kind in the United States. From the press release: Reaching across disciplines and drawing from curricula in computer science, electrical and computer engineering, aerospace, biomedical engineering and mechanical engineering, the doctoral degree is designed to educate a new breed of multidisciplinary researchers who will enter the market best …

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