New York City College of Technology
Robotics & Intelligent Systems Laboratory
The Robotics & Intelligent Systems Laboratory (City Tech Robotics Lab) at New York City College of Technology (also known as "City Tech") of the City University of New York (CUNY) is a multi-displinary research and technology laboratory established by Dr. Richard Li, and co-directed by Dr. Yu Wang and Dr. Ohbong (John) Kwon in the Department of Computer Engineering Technology at City Tech.
City Tech Robotics Lab hosts three faculty members with cross multi-displinary backgrounds, and conducts fundamental and applied research in the broad fields of robotics, embedded systems, control systems, and communication systems with specialized expertise in distributed robotic systems, IoT, wearable computing, multi-agent dynamical systems, cognitive radio communications, testing systems and theory, computer vision, DSP, digital design and signal processing.
Activities in City Tech Robotics Lab span applied mathematics, design and testing of advanced computations and novel hardware, application system design and developments, joint research and projects with internal and external institutions, new course/lab material initiative and development, and student project development.
Computer Engineering & Robotics Technology Seminar Series
The Computer Engineering & Robotics Technology Seminar Series, formerly knowns as Robotics Technology Seminar Series, are organized and hosted by City Tech Robotics Research Lab with City Tech Robotics Club and City Tech ACM Chapter every semester. The seminar series feature technology and research presentation or demonstration by invited fellows from industries and academia in the fields of, including but not limited to, pervasive computing, embedded systems, robotics, applied control systems, wireless communication, computer networking, computer vision, VLSI and signal processing.
These seminars will provide students with unique opportunities to be exposed to the emerging and leading technologies in the broad areas of computer, electronics, electrical, and software engineering and technologies.
Detailed schedule of coming seminars will be announced on the Robotics Research Lab website (http://www.citytechrobotics.org/Robotics Club.htm).
Research Assistances are Wanted NOW!! NEW!!
Tech Experiential Arts & Technology Lab has two Research
Assistanceship positions available NOW! This is a paid opportunity!
Three Research Assistance Scholarships are Available for Immediate Application
1. CUNY Undergraduate Research Program, $5,000 for conducting research project for one year.
2. City Tech Baccalaureate Student Research Program offers $2,500 to students for conducting research project
3. City Tech Emerging Scholar, $500 for conducting
research project for one semester.
For further detail on the scholarships and how to apply, please contact Dr. Li (firstname.lastname@example.org) immediately!
Opennings for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
City Tech Robotics Lab has multiple Research Assistant opennings for students with strong motivation, solid academic background and relevant skills, who are willing to conduct research project in the fields of computer, electrical, electronics and software engineering. Interested candidates are encouraged to search the listed projects and contact the corresponding faculty members for further information. Compensation or financial aid will be offered for qualified candidates.
Students from any other CUNY campus who are majored in electrical and computer engieering, computer science, or related majors are also welcome to apply.
Work-Study Opportuiniteis for City Tech Undergraduate Students
City Tech Robotics Lab offers Work-Study opportuinites to City Tech undergraduate students for joining the research projects guided by City Tech Robotics Lab faculty members through every academic year and summers. Anyone who is interested, please contact the director of City Tech Robotics Lab, Dr. Li (email@example.com), for detailed application information.
Independent Study (3 credits) Opportuiniteis for City Tech Undergraduate Students
City Tech Robotics Lab offers Independent Study opportuinites to City Tech undergraduate students for doing research projects guided by City Tech Robotics Lab faculty in a semester. The independent stuy can help the students earn 3 or 4 credits. Anyone who is interested, please contact the director of City Tech Robotics Lab, Dr. Li (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Wang (email@example.com) for further details.
|Last Update: Sept. 6, 2016|