Miami University Center for Assistive Technology
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 Examples of MUCAT projects
 Tim Cameron, Kumar Singh, and a Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering alum, conversing in front of a Center for Assistive Technology banner.
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Assistive technology is broadly defined as a technological solution to enable an improved quality of life. This center will identify socially relevant problems and develop engineering solutions by engaging students and faculty at Miami University across multiple divisions. MU-CAT will conduct externally funded interdisciplinary research projects; engage students in socially relevant, experiential learning; and help recruit women students to engineering majors.

Miami University Center for Assistive Technology, housed within CEC, is an interdisciplinary center working collaboratively with Scripps Gerontology Center as well as the Center for Social Entrepreneurship in Farmer School of Business.

Design Innovation Challenge

Miami University Center for Assistive Technology MUCAT

Competition Objective

This Design Innovation Challenge is to solve global engineering problems with a Miami touch. Come join us as we improve quality of life and showcase your talent!

Watch for 2020 dates and details as we get closer.

Complete list of rules and more information »

 


Dr. Shukla talks about a MUCAT project