If you think popular music has grown angrier and sadder over the years, it’s not just your imagination. It’s science. A scientific analysis of popular music lyrics from the 1950s through 2016, conducted by a student and professor at Lawrence Technological University, showed that song lyrics have become both angrier and sadder since the 1950s.
Robofest teams this year will see how they “stack up” against the best young minds in the world, in the new Robofest Game for 2019, “Binary Blocks.” Officials at Lawrence Technological University, where computer science professor C.J. Chung invented Robofest in 1999, unveiled the new game Friday in a celebration of the competition for coaches and volunteers. More than 25,000 students have participated in Robofest since its founding.
Communities and society are profoundly affected by how efficiently, effectively, and safely people and goods move. But what are the proper roles of society and industry in designing future transportation systems? In the 2018 installment of the President’s Symposium Series at Lawrence Technological University on Thursday, Oct. 11, a panel of experts will discuss those roles, and explore the full-scale implementation of autonomous and advanced driver-assist technologies.
For the second straight year, Lawrence Technological University is the world champion of autonomous vehicles. LTU won the Self-Drive Challenge competition at the 26th Annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition, held June 1-4 at Oakland University in Rochester.
Teams from Illinois, Michigan, Canada, Colombia, Hong Kong, Korea, and South Africa took home the top awards in Saturday’s World Robofest Championship, held on the campus of Lawrence Technological University
Metro Detroit is once again the global center of robotics competition this weekend, as 216 teams from across the United States and 11 other countries convene this week at Lawrence Technological University’s Ridler Field House for the 2018 Robofest World Championship.
Lawrence Technological University has earned a No. 34 ranking on The Princeton Review's just-published list saluting the top 50 undergraduate schools to study game design for 2018. It’s the third straight year LTU’s game design program has made the list.
Eleven LTU students in four teams participated in the 99-hour international Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) from Feb. 8 – 12, 2018. The teams had a choice of six open-ended applied problems to solve, using mathematics, computer, science, engineering, and writing skills.
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