The IRL Lab had two REU participants this year. Jessie Bryant, a junior Mechanical Engineering student from WSU, and Maddie Chili, a junior Computer Science and Communications Design student from Elon University.
The REU program allows undergraduate students to experience what it takes to do research under the guidance of a top research professor and working along with graduate students.
At a poster session yesterday, the REU participants presented the results on their research where it was well attended by students and professors. To read more about their individual research projects, please click on the links below.
RoboSub Club of the Palouse is gearing up to compete in the annual International RoboSub Competition in San Diego. The members are leaving Pullman, Saturday, July 18th, for the week long event. James Irwin, who is one of the IRL Lab’s graduate student, will also be heading to San Diego as a member of the Electrical Engineering team.
The team has recently been featured in WSU News and KLEWTV. Click on the links to read more about the articles.
Leah Zulas, an IRLL MS Computer Science student, is featured in this picture (above) as she was involved in a STEM Workshop in Lincoln Middle School last Saturday. There were also members of the Robotics Club that volunteered for the event.