Some of the robots our students have developed include:
- LEGO education robots used in the Strategies for Success Summer Project
- Vex mobile robots built for senior projects
- Adept Viper s-650 and the Adept s-600 robot used for senior projects
Our students are also able to get the best hands-on experience in the STEM fields through research with some impressive government agencies:
- 20 students participated one-week on-campus summer camps supported by the DHS Center of Excellence in summer 2016. Students also received on-campus housing and stipends.
- Nine Students worked faculty members to conduct a 4-week summer research projects funded by DHS Center of Excellence. Students also received on-campus housing and stipends in summer 2016.
- Four students won awards in national and regional undergraduate research conference. More than 20 students were accepted into graduate programs with full scholarships in the past five years.
- Student in our Department of Computer Science and Engineering have the opportunity to build and develop robotic systems used to meet the requirements of real-world situations.
- Our students are also able to get the best hands-on experience in the STEM fields through research with government agencies, such as Department of Homeland Security, National Science Foundation, and etc.
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Computer Science and Engineering Department has a strong emphasis on faculty-students research collaboration. Participation in undergraduate research is very effective for improving student learning, especially those research projects which are collaborative, investigative, project-based, and inquiry-based.
We have established programs to help recruit, retain and graduate minorities in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields funded by multiple government grants, including National Science Foundation(NSF) 全球最大体育平台-UP, NSF OASIS, NSF Carolina Cyber Defense Scholarship, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Coastal Hazards Center of Excellence (2008-2015) and new Coastal Resilience Center of Excellence (2016-2020).