Beaver Works Summer Institute will offerteams of students, each with its own MIT-designed RACECAR (Rapid Autonomous Complex Environment Competing Ackermann steeRing) robot, the opportunity to explore the broad spectrum of research in autonomy, learn to collaborate, and demonstrate fast, autonomous navigation in a Mini Grand Prix.
Beaver Works Summer Institute will cover several cyber security topics with a focus on threats that are especially concerning for embedded systems. These topics include: embedded software security, cryptographic protocol attacks, JTAG and UART probing, side-channel analysis and fault-injection, and hardware Trojans.
This course will introduce students to the process of game design with the application of Artificial Intelligence to game play. Very specifically, the course will focus on unconventional approaches to understand and address real world problems.
Beaver Works Summer Institute will offer students the opportunity to explore the exciting intersection of data science and disaster response. During the course, the students will learn to understand the basics of Python, Git, machine learning, and image processing through a series of online teaching modules.
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Beaver Works Summer Institute will give students a chance to explore the exciting intersection of data science and medicine. Students will build a solid foundation in the fundamentals of probability and statistics, and learn the basics of coding and machine learning techniques through a series of online teaching modules.
Beaver Works Summer Institute will offer students an opportunity to learn about the cutting-edge in machine learning. Cog*Works consists of project-based modules for developing machine learning apps that leverage audio, visual, and linguistic data. Ultimately, they will design their own cognitive assistants.Click here to join live stream
The BWSI 2020 piPACT Project will provide you an opportunity to explore the technology of Bluetooth and its application to proximity detection for COVID-19 Contact Tracing. We are hoping that you will find this independent project exciting, and expect that there is a lot of knowledge that will be gained and shared among everyone.
Beaver Works Summer Institute will offer students the opportunity to select the mission, test components and design a Cubesat. Using a 1U Cubesat (10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm), the four-week course will guide the class through the design trades, assembly, and testing of a Cubesat with an imaging payload. The design will be sent to a NASA competition selecting payloads for future flight.