… and other ponderings in 11th-dimensional space

IEEE-USA Today’s Engineer

Jun 30th, 2009 | By | Category: In the News...

IEEE Members Mentor Students Participating in FIRST Robotics Competition By Abby Vogel Mentor Profiles Check out profiles of some of the teams mentored by IEEE members. [ view ] When more than 10,000 students gathered in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome in April to compete in a robotics championship, the stands were filled with cheering teachers, parents, […]

IEEE-USA Today’s Engineer

Jun 20th, 2009 | By | Category: In the News...

FIRST Robotics Competition: Mentor Profiles Photographs by Jeffrey Robinson* via IEEE-USA Today’s Engineer. feature       06.09  FIRST Robotics Competition: Mentor Profiles Photographs by Jeffrey Robinson* Team 201 Team 234 Team 2915 Mentor: Leandro Giovanni BarajasIEEE Senior MemberStaff Researcher, General MotorsTroy, MI What is your favorite part about this competition? “Helping this group of tremendously motivated […]

Closing the Loop: Georgia Tech Researchers Develop New Data-driven Closed-loop control for stencil printers

Jul 26th, 2004 | By | Category: Electronics Manufacturing, In the News...

In electronics assembly, 60 to 70 percent of final defects occur during the stencil printing process (SPP), a stage of surface-mount technology for printed circuit board assembly. Researchers at Georgia Tech’s Center for Board Assembly Research (CBAR) have developed a new data-driven, closed-loop control technology that adjusts electronics assembly equipment parameters in real-time, resulting in […]