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Mar 27 2019 | Stanford News | Posted In: Research
Researchers from Chris Gerdes' Dynamic Design Lab have developed a neural network that integrates past driving experiences from driving trials from dry roads and under snowy conditions. The neural network system outperformed the physics-based system in both high-friction and low-friction scenarios...
Jun 14 2018 | Stanford News | Posted In: Education
The 9-month long course, ME310, Engineering Design Entrepreneurship and Innovation, marks its 50th year of brainstorming, designing, building and testing to create prototype products. Student teams receive support from faculty and industry professionals and gain hands-on experience learning to work...
May 20 2018 | Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences | Posted In: Research
Through a generous gift from a donor-advised fund of VMware, Stanford has launched the VMware Women's Leadership Innovation Lab. The lab will conduct long-term, evidence-based studies which can be applied to women's advancement in the workplace.
May 2 2018 | Stanford News | Posted In: Research
KENNETH GOODSON , the Davies Family Provostial Professor and the Robert Bosch Chairman of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has received the inaugural Richard Chu ITherm Award for his contributions to thermal management of semiconductor circuits, systems and devices.
Mar 20 2018 | Stanford Engineering
The video game Gran Turismo has blurred the line between the real world of autos and motor sports. Kazunori Yamauchi, CEO, Polyphony Digital, Gran Turismo's parent company, spoke at a recent CARS Open Garage Talk on the ways he continues to push the divide between reality and virtual reality.

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