Rice University students who invented a device to give patients with intractable epilepsy more freedom to move have won first prize in a student competition at the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems in Sapporo, Japan.
Jacob Robinson-led project aims to transfer visual perceptions from the sighted to the blind.
The DSP50 Celebration held Friday, April 26 was a chance for one of the university’s longest-running research and education programs to recognize their past, present and future. The event, held at the Rice BioScience Research Collaborative, featured speakers, panel sessions and discussions.
Team develops remote sensors to keep real-time eye on roads and neighborhoods.
The Rice Electrical and Computer Engineering department had its highest attended Corporate Affiliates Day event March 29th with over 315 people - representing the energy, medical, computing, entertainment industries – and many more.