UM-Dearborn undergrads and a UM-Ann Arbor librarian teamed up for a project to help young people with autism stay safe online.
There’s a six-passenger vehicle in the Institute of Advanced Vehicle Systems’ hi-bay area to which students are applying systems —like optical cameras, perception systems and a super computer “brain”—to give it an autonomous makeover.
Students will put their knowledge of algorithms and linear algebra to the test as they work to make their robots complete an obstacle course.
Assistant Professor Marouane Kessentini has partnered with software company Sema to find the most efficient way to fix broken code.
UM-Dearborn will begin offering the minor this winter.