University of Denver Unmanned Systems Research Institute (DU2SRI)
January 16, 2019 @ 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Co-sponsored by: Association of Old Crows – Mile High Chapter
The mission of the DU2SRI is to promote knowledge, education, research and development in unmanned systems, contributing to: the advancement of higher education; benefiting students, researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners; advancing the state-of-the-art in unmanned systems. Current projects include: characterization of wall, ground and ceiling effect in small-scale multi-rotor systems; development of a Software-Defined Radio radar testbed for UAV detection, identification and avoidance; collaborative manipulation of objects by robot teams; creation of a robust autopilot framework for use with platform that exhibit aerodynamic uncertainty, among others.
Speaker(s): Dr. Kimon Valavanis, Dr. Matthew Rutherford,
1730-1800: Networking, food (light dinner)
1800-1845: Feature Presentation (times approximate, might start earlier)
1845-1930: Lab Tour/demos
Happy hour afterwards for those inclined
Bldg: RITCHIE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
2155 E. Wesley Ave.