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IEEE Spectrum Cites "Leading Labs"

IEEE Spectrum Cites "Leading Labs"

Associate Professor Dr. Timothy Horiuchi
Associate Professor Dr. Timothy Horiuchi

Associate Professor Dr. Timothy Horiuchi (ECE/ISR) and Professor Shihab Shamma (ECE/ISR) were cited in the May 6 edition of IEEE Spectrum magazine for their "Leading Labs" in the areas of "Vision and Robotics" and "Hearing, Sonar, and Speech Processing."

The citations appeared in an article on analog VLSI and neuromorphic engineering titled "Brain Power." A table accompanying the article mentioned Horiuchi's lab as one of the "Leading Labs" in "Vision and Robotics," and also cited Horiuchi and Shamma for their leading lab in the area of "Hearing, Sonar, and Speech Processing."

Visitors can learn more about Dr. Horiuchi's Computational Sensorimotor Systems Laboratory (CSSL) on the CSSL web page, and Dr. Shamma's Neural Systems Laboratory (NSL) on the NSL web page.

IEEE Spectrum magazine is the flagship publication of the IEEE, the world's largest professional technology association. IEEE Spectrum explores future technology trends and their impact on society and business. It is a monthly magazine read by over 385,000 technology innovators and senior executives worldwide in the high tech sectors of industry, government, and academia.

May 9, 2006


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