ECE researchers featured in Life in 2030 Radio Show
Robots that fight fires, cars that drive themselves, clothes that prevent illness the stuff of science fiction novels? Or, are they closer than we think? Ohio State electrical and computer engineering researchers were among the experts interviewed for Life in 2030, a one-hour special radio show from the Engineers of the New Millennium.
Professors Ümit Özgüner, Ashok Krishnamurthy, and Keith Redmill, along with ECE graduate student Scott Biddlestone, talked to reporter Laurie Howell about their autonomous vehicle research. One of the areas the group is currently working to integrate multidisciplinary advances in software, sensing and control, and modeling to address current weaknesses in autonomous vehicle design.
The one-hour Life in 2030 radio show is available online at http://spectrum.ieee.org/static/life-in-2030. The segment with Ohio State researchers is at http://spectrum.ieee.org/podcast/at-work/innovation/selfdriving-cars-hea....
Life in 2030 explores the latest advances in science and technology to give listeners a glimpse of what life may be like in the not-too-distant future. The show is part of the Engineers of the New Millennium Series, produced by IEEE Spectrum Magazine and the National Science Foundation.