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|Nourbakhsh Wins Carnegie Science Award|
February 03, 2012. The Carnegie Science Center has named Illah Nourbakhsh, professor of robotics, as the winner of the Catalyst Award in this year’s Carnegie Science Awards. The Catalyst Award recognizes excellence in promoting public awareness of scientific issues, and advancing science in society to bring about measurable, beneficial change.
|ChargeCar hosts open house, unveils prototype|
March 28, 2011. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University unveiled an all-electric 2002 Honda Civic, the production prototype for their ChargeCar Electric Vehicle Conversion Project, and began taking names of people who want their own converted vehicle at an open house Friday, March 25 at the Electric Garage, 4621 Forbes Ave., in Oakland. U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle and Pittsburgh City Council member Bill Peduto were among those on hand. Watch the video.
|ChargeCar Announces Contest To Optimize EV Performance|
August 03, 2010. Researchers in Carnegie Mellon University’s electric car conversion project, ChargeCar, have announced a contest to find the most efficient methods for managing power in their electric vehicles. The grand prize of the ChargeCarPrize contest is an electric car.
Ben Brown shows us the ChargeCar Intelligent Battery System
March 25, 2011 - Length: 00:44
Jay Whitacre gives a quick overview of Lithium-ion batteries.
June 30, 2010 - Length: 1:15:00
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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