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The Graduate Student Senate Research Award is a competitive award that supports research or project-related expenses for Kent State University graduate students. To know more about these awards, please click here. Irvin Cardenas will be receiving funds up to $2000. One of the requirements of receiving this funding is to present at the 35th Annual Graduate Research Symposium which will take place in 2021 for which the date is yet to determine. Keep an eye on...

Kafka is a platform and also used for various real-time applications, extensively used in LinkedIn, Walmart for transactions, Uber and many other applications which have a high demand for near real-time applications. Pradeep Kumar will be giving you a brief understanding of Kafka and with an example tutorial on the 13th of November. ...

As the semester end has almost come to an end, for this semester we have two lab members who are defending their thesis Xiangxu Lin and Nathan Kanyok. The following are their more details regarding their defenses.   Xiangxu Lin Novel Mental Health Management and Therapy Through Virtual Reality Date:  Friday, November 1, 2019 Time:  12:30 Place:  213 MSB Committee Members: Jong-Hoon Kim, Advisor Gokarna Sharma Ye Zhao Abstract: Every human is subject to the challenges associated with mental health. Just as in...

    Amrth Ashok Shenava is a Sophomore international student studying computer science with a minor in entrepreneurship. There are so many career advancement options no matter what your interests are.” For Amrth, Kent State’s Advanced Telerobotics Research (ATR) Laboratory has provided the chance to explore exciting new fields like virtual reality, autonomous vehicles, and artificial intelligence. To know more about Amrth, follow the link here....

Bi-weekly meetings are usually to show-off the status of your research or projects with lab members', also introducing new members. During our bi-weekly meeting, we have officially introduced two new members to our lab, Zackery and Ethan. Following are the pictures from our previous lab meeting:        ...

On Friday, March 15th 2019, the College of Aeronautics and Engineering set up a line-following robot competition. The goal was to build a robot that could follow a line on a track and run three consecutive laps around as fast and as accurately as possible. ATR lab members built a robot from scratch, including the PCB board, wheels, body, and all the connections, for this competition. The code was all written...

Attendees: Kim, Jong-Hoon Kim, Do Yeon Cardenas, Irvin Kanyok, Nate Shaker, Alfred Lin, XiangXu Shawn Jung, Hyun Jae Lee, Suho Baza, Ahmed   Agenda: 1. Preparation for the Fall semester 2. Present weekly reports 3. WRS 4. Fundraising 5. Design   Summary: 1. Preparation for the Fall semester 1.1. Sharing schedule with atrlab.kent@gmail.com 1.2. General meeting: Every two weeks 1.3. Team meeting 1.4. Recruitment for new students 2. Present weekly reports 2.1. A survey for VR-TR team 2.1.1. Second subject test * Due: 2018-08-28 2.2. Motion tracking * Due: 2018-08-26 2.3. Localization 3. WRS 3.1. Manufacturing 3.1.1. Order list 3.2. Team intro video * Due:...