Congratulations to several MARHES Lab students on the recent awards, fellowships, and summer internships they have been granted! To highlight some of the exciting work they will take part in this summer: Jonathan West, NM Space Grant – Jonathan was awarded the New Mexico Space Grant for 2016-17, a fellowship program administered by … Continue reading
LoboRacers team members Rebecca Kreitinger and Carolina Gomez represented the University of New Mexico’s School of Engineering as part of UNM Day at the New Mexico State Capitol in Santa Fe on Monday, January 30th 2017. Kreitinger and Gomez displayed the team’s F1/10 autonomous race car and answered questions about … Continue reading
On October 2nd 2016, LoboRacers took 2nd at the first International F1/10 Competition. The event took place at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. Various other universities attended such as Arizona State University and University of Pennsylvania. The team consisted of Greg Brunson, Carolina Gomez, Rebecca Kreitinger, and Jonathan West. The … Continue reading
The University of New Mexico and Sandia National Labs have teamed up to enter the F1/10th autonomous racing competition. The project entails building a small car and developing an algorithm to move around a track without the use of a person. The faster the better. The team hopes to race … Continue reading
Last Saturday, April 16th, the MARHES Lab participated in giving tours to local High School Students as part of the HESO event, Engineering the Elements. Students were able to participate in a trivia game developed by Steven Maurice utilizing the Baxter Robot. The game has the Baxter ask the students trivia questions which they … Continue reading
Patricio Cruz was selected as the School of Engineering’s outstanding graduate student for Electrical and Computer Engineering. This award is part of the SOE’s annual awards and is given to the most outstanding student on the basis of grade point average, research and service to the school.
“Sensor Localization Using Hybrid RF/Optical Wireless Communications for an Aerial Data Mule” was accepted to ACC 2016. ACC stands for the American Control Conference which will be held in Boston, MA, July 6-8. Congratulations to Patricio, Brian, and Rafael! Abstract—In this paper, we consider the problem of pairing … Continue reading