Paul Oh In The News

Profile: Paul Oh

July 19, 2016
Every January, the modern-day Masters of the Universe flock to the Strip. From Wall Street and Silicon Valley they come for CES, where the Fetty Waps of the world play Google after-parties, and heavyweights from Intel to IBM showcase the future’s infrastructure. It’s the biggest trade show in a city of trade shows.
IEEE Spectrum
March 24, 2016
These days, whenever a group of roboticists gets together to talk shop, the subject almost inevitably turns to Google and its secretive robotics division. What are those guys up to?
February 29, 2016
Robots people the landscape of our sci-fi fantasies. Egg-shaped and beeping, golden humanoids with bad joints, and fully functioning (if pasty looking) androids.
February 19, 2016
In an off-campus building less than a mile away from UNLV, HUBO — a robot named Metal Rebel — stands still waiting for commands.
January 28, 2016
Before joining the UNLV staff in 2014, Paul Oh taught mechanical engineering at Drexel University in Philadelphia for 14 years. The world-renown robotics expert came to Las Vegas after Nevada received an FAA designation to test unmanned aerial systems, or drones.
October 1, 2015
Seeking to benefit from the anticipated, widespread commercial use of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) nationwide, Nevadans have been working diligently to cultivate an industry around this type of aircraft.
September 17, 2015
The sun is beaming, and you feel like cruising down the Strip in a convertible. You take your sedan to a dealership and ask for the hardtop to be removed. While they’re at it, why not move the middle cup holder to the driver’s door? You’re left-handed, so this will be easier. The next day, you pick up your refurbished ride.
July 23, 2015
The voice on the black and white film is hear on screen.