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Lawrence Tech to take part in the Midwest Big Data hub
The new regional hub involves researchers from all major universities in the Midwest and will strengthen Big Data research.
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LTU CS student develops a new computational method to improve crowdsourcing data analysis
The new algorithm can improve the efficiency of crowdsourcing
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LTU computer science receives NSF funding for big data research
The award of $115,000 for three years will support faculty and student research for developing state-of-the-art algorithms for big data in astronomy
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LTU places sixth in Intelligent Ground Vehicle Challenge
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.
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LTU students take part in Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM)
Nine LTU students in three teams of three participated in the 96-hour international Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM).
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Math and Computer Science LTU Students develop a mathematical model of human aging
The model shows rapid aging around the age of 55
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LTU's Infinite Machine's game "Paper Dream" is in the top 5 of ESA's college game competition
Was selected from almost 400 teams from U.S. colleges, universities, art and trade schools offering video game courses, certificates and degree programs.
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  • United States sends 7 teams to the World Robot Olympiad


    The United States was represented by a delegation of seven teams at the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) held in Doha, Qatar, Nov. 6-8. WRO is a global autonomous robotics competition that started in Singapore in 2004. 

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    Nov 12

    Novi team wins People's Choice Award at Halloween RoboParade


    Three elementary students from The LEGO LEGION 4-H Club in Novi, won the top award at the Lawrence Technological University (LTU) Halloween RoboParade held at Macomb Community College in Warren on Oct. 24.

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    Oct 27

  • 10th annual LTU RoboParade will celebrate Halloween Oct. 24


    Students from elementary through high school will demonstrate their ability to design, program and build autonomous (self-driving) robots at Lawrence Technological University’s RoboParade on Saturday, Oct. 24, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Expo Center on the South Campus of Macomb Community College in Warren. 

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    Oct 19

    National finals of World Robot Olympiad held at Lawrence Tech


    The national championships of the World Robot Olympiad were held at Lawrence Technological University on Sept. 19, and three of the seven teams that won the right to represent their country in international competition are from Northville and Canton.

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    Sep 23

  • Lawrence Tech hosts Sept. 19 national championships for World Robot Olympiad


    On Saturday, Sept. 19, Lawrence Technological University (LTU) will host the national championships to determine who will represent the United States at the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) to be held Nov. 6-8 in Doha, Qatar.

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    Sep 14

    LTU's Lior Shamir featured on The Academic Minute


    Lawrence Technological University Associate Professor Lior Shamir’s research on using computer algorithms to analyze art and music was recently featured on The Academic Minute, a daily podcast that showcases researchers from colleges and universities across the county and around the world.

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    Jul 28