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Lawrence Technological University’s robotic vehicle, iWheels, finished sixth in the Auto-Nav Challenge, the main event at the 21th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition held at Oakland University June 7-10. More than 50 teams from around the country and as far away as India and Japan entered the prestigious competition.
Jane Tarakhovsky is the daughter of two Russian artists, and it looked like she was leaving the art world behind when she emigrated to the US in 1998 and decided to become a computer scientist after receiving her bachelor’s degree in history at 15 years old at an art school in Russia.
In the latest edition of the International Journal of Biometrics, Assistant Professor Lior Shamir of Lawrence Technological University demonstrates that it could eventually be possible to use MRI technology to ascertain individual identity by scanning hard-to-alter body parts such as knees.
It’s that time of year again! Five dedicated Lawrence Technological University (LTU) students participated in this year’s Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM).
MCS undergraduate Erik Schwartz worked on a novel computational method that uses a new approach to brain image analysis. Rather than analyzing single voxels, his method analyzes global features in the brain connectivity as imaged by structural MRI. Experimental results using a dataset of MRI images acq...