Laura Devendorf

Digital loom arrives in Unstable Design Lab

Oct. 10, 2018

The custom-made TC2 Digital Jacquard loom–all 1,000 pounds of it–has arrived and is now assembled in Assistant Professor Laura Devendorf 's Unstable Design Lab . First projects will focus on just learning to use it, Devendorf says, but after that she plans to utilize more complex fabrics with integrated sensing...

HyunJoo Oh

HyunJoo Oh defends PhD dissertation; accepts position at Georgia Tech

Oct. 9, 2018

On Aug. 31, ATLAS doctoral student HyunJoo Oh successfully defended her dissertation, “Computational Design Tools and Techniques for Paper Mechatronics,” which is focused on design tools and techniques for combining mechanical, electrical and computational components with paper crafting. The tools enable young learners and those who lack a background in mechanical engineering to design and build mechanical toys from paper and other everyday objects.

Alicia Gibb

Alicia Gibb featured in Red Hat video

Oct. 5, 2018

Open-source hardware (OSHW) is not a household word, even among engineers. But times are changing, and the OSHW revolution has much to do with ATLAS instructor, Alicia Gibb.

Hedayati with robot

Hooman Hedayati lands prestigious Microsoft Research internship

Sept. 11, 2018

Hooman Hedayati, a computer science PhD student based in the ATLAS Institute’s Interactive Robotics and Novel Technologies (IRON) Lab, participated in a prestigious summer internship at Microsoft Research in Redmond, Washington, where he worked on teaching robots social skills in group conversations.

Kari Santos teaches two women to make the peanut roaster.

ICTD alumna teaches micro:bit lessons to students in Botswana

Sept. 4, 2018

Kari Santos, ICTD alumna and member of the Laboratory for Playful Computation, lends a hand as Letang Sefako (left) and Ketletseeng Sedumago (middle) drill holes to add a hinged door to the peanut roaster they built in Kaputura, Botswana in August 2018. The peanut roasting business was one of eight...

Members of CU Science Discovery Robotics Engineering Academy sit around a table.

BTU Lab hosts CU Science Discovery camp

Aug. 27, 2018

This summer, the ATLAS BTU Lab hosted CU Science Discovery Robotics Engineering Academy and camp for high school students, instructed by ATLAS Lecturer Wayne Seltzer , along with Cicada Scott , teaching assistant and BTU lab assistant. "The campers enjoyed their time in the BTU Lab, making great use of...

Jeeeun Kim

Jeeeun Kim, ATLAS affiliated PhD student, wins Adobe Research student fellowship

Aug. 27, 2018

Ellen Do

Professor Ellen Yi-Luen Do shares research on Chinese technology show

ATLAS Professor Ellen Yi-Luen Do's Virtual Cocktail Project was featured on China's “My Future,” a popular technology TV show broadcast nationwide.

Photo of Calvin Pohawpatchoko Jr.

Calvin Pohawpatchoko Jr. delivers PhD defense

Pohawpatchoko’s research investigates why Native Americans are underrepresented in computing and how Indigenous representation might be increased.

Screenshot from ravine promo video of bitten hand playing cards

Two ATLAS faculty members show games at XOXO festival

“It’s crazy that two ATLAS games are going to be there,” says Matt Bethancourt, “It shows we are doing really good work.”