Scott Palo portrait

Building a satellite swarm to investigate an atmospheric anomaly

Oct. 16, 2019

Scott Palo is leading a multi-university effort to unlock a scientific mystery in near-Earth space.

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CU Boulder Panel: What Remote Sensing Can Tell us About Climate Change

Oct. 11, 2019

An open discussion in the new Aerospace Building with research leaders from across the university about the modern tools that are helping us understand and combat climate change. Panelists will discuss their work in the field through real world applications of the current technology and consider how the students on campus today address this issue in the future.

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What Robot Startups Can Learn From the Computer Revolution

Oct. 9, 2019

Correll: "In their search for killer apps, robotics companies should look at the amazing evolution of computers"

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Tech Startups Cite Progress on Path to Self-Driving Trucks

Sept. 23, 2019

Over the past year, startups working to commercialize highly auto­mated heavy-duty trucks competed for more capital and engineers, and each pushed deeper into systems development.

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New NSF quantum award has applications for space exploration

Sept. 18, 2019

Researchers in the CU Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science are part of a new National Science Foundation award that could have applications in deep space exploration.

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New data set aims to teach computer vision systems to recognize images from disasters

Sept. 3, 2019

AI thinks this flood photo is a toilet. Fixing that could improve disaster response.

The galaxy as seen from Earth

In push to deep space, human-robot teaming will be key

Aug. 29, 2019

If humans are going to travel further into space – to places like Mars and beyond – the robotic systems involved will have to become more autonomous, shedding costly teams of handlers on Earth and relying more on the astronauts for missions lasting six or more years.

Students getting ready for the challenge

CU Boulder in first of three DARPA subterranean challenges

Aug. 20, 2019

On August 9, Professor Sean Humbert and collaborators spent the day doing final testing on their underground drone at Colorado School of Mines Edgar Experimental Mine.

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ASIRT joins AFRL Autonomy Research Collaboration Network

Aug. 6, 2019

The Autonomous Systems IRT has joined the Air Force Research Laboratory Autonomy Research Collaboration Network (ARCNet) on behalf of CU Boulder.

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AI and the First Amendment: Preparing engineers for tomorrow’s big questions

Aug. 5, 2019

This original research was created in partnership between the CEAS and CU Boulder’s LeRoy Keller Center for the Study of the First Amendment as part of its mission to encourage the study of topics relating to the nature, meaning and contemporary standing of First Amendment rights and liberties.