LTU student wins award at IEEE Humanitarian Technology Conference

Release Date: March 8, 2017
IEEE poster
Faculty advisor CJ Chung was on hand when LTU student Gordon Stein won the best student poster award at an IEEE conference.

Lawrence Tech computer science major Gordon Stein won the best student poster award at IEEE Southeast Michigan Humanitarian Technology Conference (HTC) held on July 17 at Burton Manor in Livonia. 

Stein’s poster presentation was entitled “Development of Intelligent Firefighting Drones.” The project utilizes a quadcopter with two cameras and a host tablet computer to provide effective tools for firefighters.


IEEE’s HTC conference highlights cutting-edge research activities and technologies for the benefit of humanity, in areas such as energy, health, disaster, humanitarian challenges, education, and water and agriculture.


Professor CJ Chung of LTU’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science was the faculty advisor for Stein’s project.

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