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  Toyota Gift Supports Research on Automotive Electronic and Computer Systems
A grant from the Toyota InfoTechnology Center (Toyota-ITC) will allow Rahul Mangharam, associate professor in ESE, along with other collaborators, to further research efforts in transportation safety. Toyota-ITC is interested in promoting efforts on safety algorithms for self-driving cars, remote automotive diagnostics, resilient control of autonomous vehicles and electric vehicle architectures.
  great teachers click stories  1   2   3   4   Tom Farmer
  Tom Farmer is the recipient of the 2014 Hatfield Award for Excellence in Teaching
Thomas Farmer, lecturer in ESE and CIS, has been awarded the Hatfield Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Lecturer and Practice Professor Track. The award recognizes outstanding teaching ability, dedication to innovative undergraduate instruction, and exemplary service to the School in consistently inspiring students in the engineering and scientific profession.
  great innovation click stories  1   2   3   4   Nader Engheta
  Penn Engineers Lay Out Theory for Metamaterial That Acts as an Analog Computer
A collaboration led by Nader Engheta, H. Nedwill Ramsey Professor, shows that metamaterials can be designed to do "photonic calculus" as a light wave goes through them. The team's theoretical material can perform a specific mathematical operation on a light wave's profile, such as finding its first or second derivative, as the light wave passes through the material.
  great faculty click stories  1   2   3   4   Dan Lee
  Physicist, Roboticist, Engineer...Coach?
  Dan Lee was deep into his doctoral research at Brookhaven National Laboratory late one night when a power outage forced the Long Island reactor into lockdown mode. As alarms shrieked, Lee called upon his inner Hollywood stuntman; his narrow escape to the outside was made with an acrobatic drop and roll underneath a massive closing door. Once safely back at MIT in Cambridge, Lee began to explore research in fields that didn't require large amounts of time in nuclear reactors.

RHex the Parkour Robot


RHex is an all-terrain walking robot that could one day climb over rubble in a rescue mission or cross the desert with environmental sensors strapped to its back. Watch it!

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Penn Engineering's Designers and Creators

Penn Engineering undergraduates are expanding the boundaries of their knowledge and pushing technological limits while working on computer control systems that are used in cars, rockets, and robotics with ESE prof Rahul Mangharam. Watch it!

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PennHacks and Computer Engineering at Penn


Brainchild of students from the Computer Engineering program known as "the Architechs," PennHacks is where students engage in coding, soldering, wiring, sensing, actuating and creating. Watch it!

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