|Assistive Technology Lab|
The Assistive Technology Lab performs cutting edge technology research on helping people with disabilities, older adults, children, people with low literacy and socioeconomic status, and those in developing countries, live to the fullest.
The laboratory, led by Sri Kurniawan and Roberto Manduchi, is part of the Department of Computer Engineering. Our research has been supported by grants from NSF, NIH, and Microsoft. Please visit our projects and publications pages for information about our current research. You may also be interested in checking out the Bionics Lab at UCSC.
October 2011: Roberto Manduchi receives an R21 grant from the NIH for a project titled "Vision Without Sight: Exploring the Environment with a Portable Camera".
September 2011: The Assistive Technology Lab is covered in a Science Notes 2011 article.
Prospective graduate students: We are looking for new talented Ph.D. students. If you would like to join the Assistive Technology Lab, please apply for admission in the Department of Computer Engineering.
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