The Curriculum in Assistive Robotics and Engineering (CARE) is an offering of multidisciplinary learning experiences on engineering to treat human disability, including university-level robotics instruction, sponsorship of engineering capstone projects, and K12 research experience and mentorship (internships, workshops, and citizen science activities). The overarching objective is to improve engineering education on human-centered design by facilitating increased communication and interaction between engineering students and individuals with physical disabilities. This program is sponsored by a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation.
Fall 2021: ME 542 Advanced Robotics
Fall 21 – Hip Exoskeleton Design Team
Fall 21 – Team Rehab Remote
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