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UC aerospace engineer says AI key to drone safety

October 20, 2022

UC College of Engineering and Applied Science professor Kelly Cohen tells Complex Engineering Systems that artificial intelligence will be the key to making flying cars and drones safe for the public.

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New international program tackles artificial intelligence skills...

July 20, 2022

The University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science and Coventry University in the UK have partnered to offer an international master's program in artificial intelligence to help address a global skills shortage in AI. Students will be able to complete different parts of the program at both UC and at Coventry University.

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Through time and space, a family grounded in education

July 11, 2022

It was typical for Tom Davis, ’83 CEAS, during his teenage years, to find guests at the dinner table. He often dined with students that his parents had met through their work at the University of Cincinnati. Tom’s father, R.T. Davis, was the chair of aerospace engineering at the UC College of Engineering and Applied Science in the 1970s. His mother, Barbara Davis, tutored students at the former University College. He remembers his mother meeting student-athletes for additional early-morning tutoring sessions and his father mentoring engineering students. Their kindness and focus on helping others have served as a life compass for Tom and his wife, Gloria Davis.

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Apex: Air Force awards grants to UC, tech partner

June 21, 2022

UC will use U.S. Air Force grants to develop state-of-the-art partner with Pennsylvania company VISIMO to develop new artificial intelligence algorithms for unmanned aerial vehicles using small business technology transfer grants from the U.S. Air Force.

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Who wants to go for a ride?

May 27, 2022

When volunteers at the nonprofit 4 Paws for Ability in Xenia, Ohio, are looking for enrichment experiences for their puppies, they turn to a toy that has entertained millions of toddlers around the world. With sales of 500,000 per year, Little Tikes’ Cozy Coupe is considered the best-selling car in America. And it was the 1979 creation of a former University of Cincinnati industrial design student Jim Mariol.

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Engineering students showcase capstone projects at CEAS Expo

May 6, 2022

Graduating engineering undergraduates from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science gathered for the inaugural CEAS Expo in April to showcase their senior capstone projects to more than 500 attendees, including faculty, staff, alumni and industry representatives. The event, organized by the college and CEAS Tribunal student government, was held in downtown Cincinnati at the Duke Energy Convention Center.

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What computers tell us about synthetic biology

March 3, 2022

Creating synthetic life could be easily within our grasp soon based on a comparison with the evolution of computer chips. Computer programming and gene synthesis appear to share little in common. But according to University of Cincinnati professor Andrew Steckl, an Ohio Eminent Scholar, leaps forward in technology in the former make him optimistic that wide scale gene manufacture is achievable.

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CVG and UC put AI to work to shorten airport lines

February 25, 2022

UC College of Engineering and Applied Science doctoral student Javier Viaña used airport technology that identifies the number of people entering the terminals to build a custom algorithm that can help the airport predict surges of travelers in 15-minute increments. The goal is to help the airport anticipate crowding to reduce long waits.

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UC engineers a quieter future for drones, flying cars

January 27, 2022

University of Cincinnati aerospace engineering students are studying solutions to dampen sound in assistant professor Daniel Cuppoletti’s lab in UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science. If flying cars are to succeed, Cuppoletti said, they'll have to be quiet.

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