Outlined below is the press we have received so far:

For the sixth straight year, Lawrence Tech won the IGVC Self-Drive Challenge, part of a competition for vehicle autonomy established in 1993 by the U.S. Army’s Combat Capabilities Development Command Ground Vehicle Systems Center in Warren, formerly known as TARDEC, and the Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International Foundation.



Eight students from across the nation will spend eight weeks this summer at Lawrence Technological University learning the technologies behind autonomous and connected vehicles under a National Science Foundation grant.

The program, now in its second of three summer sessions, was created by C.J. Chung, professor of computer science at LTU. He applied for and won a $281,712 grant under the foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates program. Participants live in LTU’s residence halls and receive a $4,800 stipend.