For his contributions to their new Biomedical Engineering class, Karl Zurn was featured in the annual report of the Villanova College of Engineering’ Electrical and Computer Engineering department. Highlight from the article:
ECE 5255 is unique in the way that it utilizes real-world tools. Going beyond text book knowledge, students in the course gain experience designing actual biomedical systems. The goal is for each of them to design a working device/analysis system by the end of the semester.
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Self-reproduction for articulated behaviors with dual humanoid robots using on-line decision tree classification.
Jane Brooks Zurn, Yuichi Motai and Scott Vento
Jane Brooks Zurn, Florida Research Instruments, Inc., Med Associates, Inc. and Virginia Commonwealth University
Yuichi Motai, Virginia Commonwealth University
Scott Vento, Chelsio Communications Inc.