Wright State engineering students building mining robot for NASA competition

Team of engineering students are building a robot capable of maneuvering around a simulated Martian environment while digging, collecting and dumping soil and gravel. Continue reading
Collaboration in new NEC Building starts with star student researchers
Scheduled to open next month, the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building will help Wright State's brightest student researchers work together to create innovations that improve people's lives. Continue reading
Grand scan
PET/CT scanner, which will be housed in the new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building, puts Wright State at forefront of medical-diagnostic research. Continue reading
Reynolds and Reynolds Foundation makes $1 million commitment to Rise. Shine. Campaign
Reynolds and Reynolds collaboration with Wright State includes engineering and computer science scholarships, internships, a computer center at the Lake Campus and support for new coffee shops. Continue reading
Meilin Liu

Wright State is among a select group of universities around the globe designated as centers to teach a state-of-the-art computer programming model that has become essential in everything from cancer research to ocean modeling.

Wright State was named a CUDA Teaching Center thanks to Meilin Liu, an associate professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Liu wrote a proposal and submitted it to NVIDIA, the California-based technology company that developed CUDA.

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