Posts belonging to Category Project54 Tours

Project54 staff participate in 2012 UNH ECE open house

The Project54 lab hosted more than 80 visitors on March 31 as part of the UNH ECE open house. Prospective students, accompanied by family and friends, were introduced to ongoing research efforts and even had a chance to try our driving simulator. In the picture below Project54 PhD student Zeljko Medenica introduces the driving simulator.

CEPS Open House 2011

Last Saturday (April 2nd) the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences of UNH held its traditional yearly open house event where prospective students and parents were introduced to the college, its departments and laboratories. For the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Dr. John LaCourse, the department chair, gave and overview presentation in front of a [...]

UNH High Tech Day 2011

Yesterday as part of UNH High Tech day, we demonstrated the Project54 system to high school students from Dover, Rochester, Groveton, Newmarket, Nashua and the Seacoast School of Technology. P54 demonstrations consisted of Mark Taipan describing the purpose and benefits of Project54 and providing a demonstration on how to use the system. Mark also discussed [...]

Winnacunnet Tour

Jim Muthig, technology and mathmatics teacher from Winnacunnet High School , each year brings a group of students to the University of NH for tours/demonstrations of a number of departments on campus to include Project54.  During their recent visit, Ross Lenharth, discussed and demonstrated the Project54 system.  Zeljko Medenica followed with a demonstration of the driving simulator, explaining how it is used for [...]

Wildcat Friends visit Project54

On Wednesday of this week, Mark, Ross, Oskar and I had the pleasure of demonstrating the Project54 system to a really great group of folks from the Wildcat Friends.  Mark engaged the group in discussing the driving distraction scenarios that are a part of a police officer’s every day work environment. After demonstrating with the labcar how the use of the P54 system can reduce those distractions, [...]

Visitors from Chengdu University

As part of the efforts to internationalize UNH, our university hosted a group of scholars from Chengdu University, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, China. In their tour of CEPS research facilities, the group visited our lab too. Mark Taipan introduced our guests to Project54 and its benefits to first responders.  Next, we demonstrated our high-fidelity driving [...]

Project54 Participates in KEEPERS 2010 Camp

This past July, Project54 had the privilege of participating in the Electrical Engineering Day of the KEEPERS 2010 Camp held at UNH’s Kingsbury Hall. Project54 undergraduate students Carol Perkins, Devin Mullen, and Erika Swanson provided hands on assistance to campers ranging from ages 7 to 10. The day involved learning circuit design and electrical engineering [...]

St. Paul’s Summer AI Class Visit to P54

On Wednesday we had a lot of fun demonstrating Project54 to Terry Wardrop’s summer Artificial Intelligence (AI) group. The students were an interested, inquisitive and responsive bunch of students.  They were not shy about jumping in and asking Mark questions on the system.  Mark did a great job demonstrating P54 and fielding all of their questions.  Once they understood [...]

Mark Galvin and Arlon Chaffee visit Project54

Yesterday Project54 hosted guests, Mark Galvin, Managing Director of the NH Innovation and Commercialization Center and Arlon Chaffee, Lecturer in Management at the Whittemore School of Business. The visit consisted of 4 demonstrations beginning with our show car demonstration of the Project54 system given by Mark Taipan and Ross Lenharth. We then made our way [...]

St. Paul’s Visit to Project54

On May 20th St. Paul’s Artificial Intelligence group arrived to the lab for their bi annual visit and P54 demonstration.  Terry Wardrop teaches an Artificial Intelligence class as part of an Advanced Studies Program (ASP) at St. Paul’s and has been visiting twice a year bringing his students and then his summer camp students to [...]