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In the News Feb. 2024

MnRI would like to highlight the following individuals.

Machine Intelligence for Neurologic Disease Diagnosis and Treatments

Physician shortages are impacting healthcare delivery across the United States, particularly in rural settings. With continuing deficits predicted over the next several years, the problem can only

Robotic Mitigation of Aquatic Invasive Species

Aquatic invasive species (AIS) are non-native plants, animals, or other organisms that have been introduced into a new aquatic habitat where they cause harm or have the potential to cause harm.
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Spring 2024 Updates from the Director

We hope everybody is doing well in this new semester and having a great year. With six new students joining the MS program in Robotics in 2024, we are very happy to report that the program now has

Smart signs could improve work-zone safety for flaggers

Work-zone traffic control is one of the country’s most dangerous jobs, and flaggers are often the first line of defense against distracted, inattentive, or aggressive motorists.
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Recipient of the 2024-26 McKnight Land-Grant Professorship Award

Ryan J. Caverly, Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, College of Science and Engineering, Twin Cities
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2024 MnRI Seed Grants Awardees

MnRI Seed Grant proposals are awarded for work that can lay the foundation for future large projects of transformative impact. Below are the 2024 proposals that received funding.

Internship immerses U grad students in CAV industry

Midway through master’s programs at the University of Minnesota, four graduate students—Sahith Reddy Chada, Sai Tarun Inaganti, Naga Hema Chand Chinta, and Mrinal Managoli—were connected to a summer

Tech Camp

The Minnesota Robotics Institute/ MnDrive RSAM Program has hosted school students during summer in Technology Day Camps for over fifteen years. Tech Camp offers a welcoming and encouraging
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Exploring the Role of Cognition and Sensory Feedback on Upper Limb Motor Control

More than 75% of stroke survivors experience upper limb motor deficits, ranging from arm weakness to the loss of dexterity, that impair their ability to conduct activities of daily living (Lang et al
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Fall 2023 Updates from the Director

As we approach the middle of the semester, I would like to summarize an event I attended in October. Titled “IROS Forum on Robotics Education: Oct. 5, Master’s Panel,” it was organized by Profs. Dawn
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In the News

MnRI would like to highlight the following individuals.