Inclusion EngineeringSM encapsulates the School of Engineering's efforts to empower individuals with physical challenges and neurological differences. Our primary goal is to provide research outcomes to medical practitioners, business leaders, and the general public on ways for individuals and organizations to contribute their abilities to the workforce and to society. We will use our expertise in mechanical engineering, robotics, computer science, artificial intelligence, and systems engineering in collaboration with with experts in management science and health care to achieve this goal.
Campus Partners in Inclusion EngineeringSM at Vanderbilt
- The Frist Center for Autism and Innovation
- CREATE (Center for Rehabilitation Engineering + Assistive Technology)
- Goldfarb Lab
- BAT Lab (Biomechanics and Assistive Technology Lab)
- RASL (Robotics and Autonomous Systems Lab)
- AIVAS (Lab for Artificial Intelligence and Visual Analogical Systems)