- June 13, 2023
The invite-only roundtable, hosted by the College of Engineering and Computing at Mason Square, explored the issues, challenges, and solutions to think about as AI technologies rapidly evolve and change. The roundtable was led by Missy Cummings, director of Mason’s Autonomy and Robotics Center.
- June 12, 2023
17 fatalities, 736 crashes: The shocking toll of Tesla’s Autopilot
- May 22, 2023
Blimps filled the EagleBank Arena air at the Lighter Than Air (LTA) Defend the Republic competition in April. The winning Mason team, led by principal investigators Cameron Nowzari, Ningshi Yao, and Daigo Shishika, competed against six universities and about 50 LTA "blimps."
- April 17, 2023
The College of Engineering and Computing hosts a national robotics competition at EagleBank Arena.
- January 25, 2023
Missy Cummings, one of the country’s first female fighter pilots and the director of Mason’s autonomy and robotics center, calls herself a tech futurist, charged with making tech work and helping it get better. She isn’t shy about calling out bad tech either, including the vision systems in self-driving cars and Tesla’s Autopilot.
- New College of Engineering and Computing professor Missy Cummings seeks to address challenges in artificial intelligenceJanuary 3, 2023
Drawn by Mason’s multidisciplinary research and teaching, Missy Cummings will create a new program in the design and deployment of Artificial Intelligence.
- Wed, 08/10/2022 - 12:53
Research Interests: Perception, tactile sensing, robotic manipulation
- Tue, 08/09/2022 - 16:13
Research Interests: Field Robotics, Motion Planning, Machine Learning
- July 5, 2022
Sabrina Stenberg sees the SMART scholarship as a way to maximize her graduate studies at George Mason while remaining employed as a chemical engineer with the Department of Defense (DoD). Through the scholarship, Stenberg can focus on her master of science in electrical engineering at Mason full-time.
- March 1, 2022
Mason's College of Engineering and Computing Rapid Prototype Research Center (RPRC) successfully completed a demonstration of an advanced heavy-lift autonomous aircraft called UAS-(L) at Fort Pickett, Virginia.