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LCSR News Spring 2015

LCSR Hosts Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)


For more than a decade, at the beginning of every summer, a fresh group of engineering undergraduates from different universities across the United States have arrived at the Whiting School of Engineering to start a 10-week intensive research program in Computational Sensing and Medical Robotics. Thanks to a three-year National Science Foundation award that was recently received by the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (LCSR), that tradition will continue this summer. Read more >>

Graduate Profile: Ryan Keating


Ryan Keating, one of the newly minted Robotics MSE graduates from the inaugural class, now works in the Software Engineering group at Carnegie Robotics in Pittsburgh.
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Camera-Augmented Mobile
C-Arm Installed at LCSR


A mobile C-arm with 3D reconstruction capability allows JHU researchers to collaborate with Hopkins surgeons to develop augmented reality solutions for orthopedics and vascular surgery applications. Read more >>

Hager Wins IAS Hans-Fischer Senior Fellowship 


Gregory Hager, Chair of the Computer Science Department at Johns Hopkins and a member of LCSR, recently was awarded the Hans Fischer Senior Fellowship by the Institute for Advanced Study. Read more >>

Johns Hopkins Hosts Robotics Industry Day


Robotics Industry Day 2014 was attended by representatives from industry and esearch labs from around the country. Read more >>

Adventure Under Ice


With Nereid Under Ice, Louis Whitcomb has made it possible for scientists to explore the Arctic's most extreme environments. Read more >>

Tech Tools: Surer Probe


A new navigation system, called Clear Guide ONE, helps doctors by letting them “see” exactly how to insert needles to a site deep within the body. Read more >>

In Other News...


Noah Cowan, associate professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and director of the Locomotion in Mechanical and Biological Systems (LIMBS) Laboratory, will be a keynote speaker at the 17th International Conference on Advanced Robotics to be held in Istanbul from July 27 until July 31. 

Marin Kobilarov, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and member of LCSR, received a seed grant from the JHU Water Institute for studying nitrogen loading using underwater vehicles. Markus Hilpert, a senior scientist at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Grace Bush, a professor in Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, received this grant along with Kobilarov. 
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