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Our recent article published in Springer Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems!

Our recent article, “The Maze: Scarecrow’s Revenge, Agricultural Education and Outreach Through Game Development,” is…

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Our lab held a BCI/EEG presentation and Demo session hosted by g.tec medical engineering GmbH!

On Wednesday, November 30m 2022, our lab hosted Katrin Mayr, g.tec neurotechnology USA, Inc., holding…

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Maggie Malone From Our BAR Lab Presented At The 132 Tennessee Academy Of Science Annual Meeting In Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN

Maggie Malone presented her research poster on the experimental identification of horses’ blind spots at…

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The Corn Tour is launched!

We’re excited to share the development and launch of our Corn Tour (https://bar.rancsgroup.com/TheCornTour/). The corn…

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BAR Lab recently joined 2022 Neuroergonomics and NYC Neuromodulation Conference!

Dr. Sargolzaei recently attended the 2022 Neuroergonomics and NYC Neuromodulation Conferences to discuss our interdisciplinary…

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Welcome, Kyle! We’re glad to have you on-board!

Kyle Byassee is a Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering  major in the UTM Department of Engineering,…

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Our team presented our recent research paper in the IEEE SoutheastCon 2022, Mobile, AL.

Abigale Plunk, our first BAR lab student member and a current Ph.D. student at Vanderbilt…

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Welcome, Maggie! We’re Glad To Have You On-Board

Maggie Malone is a junior pre-vet major in the department of Veterinary Science and Technology, UTM College of Agriculture…

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Our recent article is accepted for presentation and publication at the IEEE SoutheastCon 2022

Our recent article, entitled “AutonoMop, Automating Mundane Work in the COVID-19 Era” has been accepted and selected…

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Wrapped Up Our Fall 2021 Engineering 467 Course With A Diverse Group Of Project Presentations And Demonstrations!

We concluded the Fall 2021 ENGR 467 course (Embedded Systems Lab) with presentations and demonstrations of a…

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Our recent article published in Springer Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems!

Our recent article, “The Maze: Scarecrow’s Revenge, Agricultural Education and Outreach Through Game Development,” is…

Read More
Posted on

Our lab held a BCI/EEG presentation and Demo session hosted by g.tec medical engineering GmbH!

On Wednesday, November 30m 2022, our lab hosted Katrin Mayr, g.tec neurotechnology USA, Inc., holding…

Read More
Posted on

Maggie Malone From Our BAR Lab Presented At The 132 Tennessee Academy Of Science Annual Meeting In Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN

Maggie Malone presented her research poster on the experimental identification of horses’ blind spots at…

Read More
Posted on

The Corn Tour is launched!

We’re excited to share the development and launch of our Corn Tour (https://bar.rancsgroup.com/TheCornTour/). The corn…

Read More
Posted on

BAR Lab recently joined 2022 Neuroergonomics and NYC Neuromodulation Conference!

Dr. Sargolzaei recently attended the 2022 Neuroergonomics and NYC Neuromodulation Conferences to discuss our interdisciplinary…

Read More
Posted on

Welcome, Kyle! We’re glad to have you on-board!

Kyle Byassee is a Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering  major in the UTM Department of Engineering,…

Read More
Posted on

Our team presented our recent research paper in the IEEE SoutheastCon 2022, Mobile, AL.

Abigale Plunk, our first BAR lab student member and a current Ph.D. student at Vanderbilt…

Read More
Posted on

Welcome, Maggie! We’re Glad To Have You On-Board

Maggie Malone is a junior pre-vet major in the department of Veterinary Science and Technology, UTM College of Agriculture…

Read More
Posted on

Our recent article is accepted for presentation and publication at the IEEE SoutheastCon 2022

Our recent article, entitled “AutonoMop, Automating Mundane Work in the COVID-19 Era” has been accepted and selected…

Read More
Posted on

Wrapped Up Our Fall 2021 Engineering 467 Course With A Diverse Group Of Project Presentations And Demonstrations!

We concluded the Fall 2021 ENGR 467 course (Embedded Systems Lab) with presentations and demonstrations of a…

Read More