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“Professor Robert Pilawa explains the effects of temperature implications on electrical power systems architecture.”

University to lead new Engineering Research Center

By Caeli Cleary August 26, 2015

The University is leading a new Engineering Research Center that is being further developed with an $18.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The center, called Power Optimization for Electro-Thermal...

New technology improves John Deere robotic lawn mowers

New technology improves John Deere robotic lawn mowers

By Mariah Schaefer July 25, 2015

A new omnidirectional, vision-based localization and mapping system is being developed at the University.Aerospace engineering assistant professor Soon-Jo Chung, electrical and computer engineering professor...

Illinois celebrates modern mapmaking with International GIS Day

Illinois celebrates modern mapmaking with International GIS Day

November 19, 2014

The practice of mapping started approximately 16,500 years ago in central France, where prehistoric people painted the stars in cave walls. These were humanity’s first mapmakers. Since then, cartography...

Alex Scheeline of Spectroclick, answers a question from University panel moderator Mark Nolan during a panel in the Excellence Room at the I-Hotel for Mobile Development Day, on Friday.

Research Park hosts third annual Mobile Development Day

February 3, 2014

Executives and developers from various corporations attending the Research Park’s Mobile Development Day filled the Chancellor’s Ballroom at the I-Hotel on Friday. The event consisted of keynote speeches...

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