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Highlighting Dr. Miller and Dr. Fagg's Research Project: Progressive Locomotor Learning in Infants at Risk for Cerebral Palsy
Dr. David Miller and Dr. Andrew Fagg are working with researchers and children all over the country to develop a device called the Self-Initiated Prone Progression Crawler (SIPPC) that they hope will be a new treatment for cerebral palsy. The project (More)
Senior Pre-Capstone Teams Build Autonomous Robots
  This year's winning robot. This year’s senior Pre-Capstone teams were tasked with going thr (More)
Robot Research helps Babies with Cerebral Palsy
Even in the summer, our faculty and students continue to work hard on their latest research. Check out this clip from KWTV 9 about the latest robot research to help babies with cerebral palsy. Members of the team include Dr. David Miller, AME Profess (More)
Sooner Rover Team Selected for NASA Competition
The Sooner Rover Team was one of only eight teams selected to compete in the 6th Annual NASA RASC-AL Robo-Ops Challenge. The team received $10,000 from NASA to build a planetary rover prototype, which they wi (More)
AME Newsletter 2016
We hope you enjoy the annual AME Newsletter! Happy Holidays from all of us at the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Oklahoma! More)
Test Drive with Sooner Rover Team
Sooner Rover Team takes the first test drive of the SoRo Rover. This thing is unstoppable. Check out the footage! Follow Sooner Rover Team on social media: More)
Sooner Rover Team Featured on KOKH Fox 25
The Sooner Rover Team was featured on KOKH Fox 25 news on Tuesday, April 12th. Check out the segment below. The Sooner Rover Team will be at the Norman Public Library on Saturday, April 30th at 2:00PM to showcase their rover and tell you all about th (More)
Sooner Rover Team Breaks Record at NASA Competition
Sooner Rover Team recently took home the gold at the 6th Annual RASC-AL Robo-Ops Challenge sponsored by NASA. Not only did the Sooner Rover Team win the national competition, they set records, beating the standing rock yard record by over 200%. The t (More)
Space Robotics Class takes Flight
David Miller’s Space Robotics Class recently tested their balloon flight. Most high altitude balloons spin uncontrollably. This project used two wings to control the yaw of the payload. The camera pointed in a fixed direction for two minutes. It wou (More)
Engineering Students Design and Test Robots
The course consisted of different terrains and obstacles. Throughout t (More)
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