Assistant Professor Sarah Bergbreiter (ME/ISR) and her research team have been selected as one of three winners of the A. James Clark School of Engineering?s Major Research Instrumentation Award (MRI).
Bergbreiter?s proposal for building a robotics realization lab met the Clark School?s MRI program criteria of supporting a strategic area of the college, involving an interdisciplinary group of faculty researchers, and being cost effective.
The new lab will be a much-welcomed addition to the capabilities of the college and the Maryland Robotics Center.
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February 4, 2014