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Dan Work to present at CAETS 2019

Dan Work has been invited to present at the conference for the International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences (CAETS) held at the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) on the 25th-28th of June 2019 in Stockholm.

Students Investigate Societal Implications of Technology in Germany

A collaboration between Vanderbilt University, University of California- Berkeley, TU Munich and Oldenburg, the program focuses on investigating Science of Design for Societal-Scale Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and facilitates a summer internship opportunity in which Vanderbilt students spend part of their summer conducting research in Germany.

Vanderbilt engineers to train neural networks and enhance Chattanooga transit system

Vanderbilt Assistant Professor of Computer Science Abhishek Dubey and Research Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Yuche Chen, with Aron Laszka, an assistant professor at the

Vanderbilt’s online MATLAB course is a top MOOC

Vanderbilt’s free online course, Introduction to Programming with MATLAB on Coursera, remains one of the Top 50 MOOCs of All Time, ranking 15th out of thousands.

CARTA Collaborates on Electric Vehicle Research Project

Department of Energy announces $80 million investment in advanced vehicle technologies research

Raphael Stern featured in IPAM Newsletter

Raphael Stern, a PhD student at the University of Illinois and a Visiting Scholar at the Vanderbilt University Institute for Software Integrated Systems, is featured on page 3 in the Fall 2018 news

Doug Schmidt named associate provost for research development and technologies

Research technology expert and computer scientist Douglas C. Schmidt has been appointed associate provost for research development and technologies by Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Susan R. Wente.

Can new cruise control technology eliminate traffic jams?

Good Morning America gets a first look at Ford's new technology that aims to eliminate "phantom" traffic jams, when vehicles back up for no obvious reason.

Watch the video at: https://youtu.be/i29L717bOyo

CPS Security Camps

Campers learn to program RoboScape robots using NetsBlox, a visual programming environment created by Professor of Computer Engineering Akos Ledeczi and his team.

ISIS Researcher, Peter Volgyesi, is featured on DARPA's Spectrum Challenge Video

DARPA’s Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2)–the first collaborative machine-intelligence competition aimed at overcoming spectrum scarcity–held a preliminary event on December