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Horiuchi Interviewed on Radio for Bats, Micromachines Research

Horiuchi Interviewed on Radio for Bats, Micromachines Research

Timothy Horiuchi
Timothy Horiuchi

Just in time for Halloween, Associate Professor Timothy Horiuchi (ECE/ISR) was interviewed on the radio about his research, which is aimed at simulating the capabilities of echolocating bats in micromachines. Reporter Randy Atkins of Federal News Radio on WTOP managed to include a reference to "Frankenstein" in the same interview.

Listen to Horiuchi's interview for Federal News Radio on WTOP

View Horiuchi's "batmobile" projects (including some videos) at the Computational Sensorimotor Systems Lab (CSSL) website

Read about the Microchip Optera Project at the CSSL lab website

October 31, 2006

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