USMA Faculty Selected for DURIP Award
Faculty from the U.S. Military Academy’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science were recently selected for a Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) award which gives $50 million across 85 different institutions.
The award will be used for additional instrumentation of the recently renovated robotics laboratory in Thayer Hall to support courses, senior design projects, and cadet and faculty research.
West Point is extremely proud to receive its first DURIP award to support margin of excellence research in human robot teaming as we make advances for our Army and nation.
For more information, please read the DoD DURIP press release.