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    • 2012 CPES Annual Report 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems (Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems, 2012)
      The Center for Power Electronics Systems at Virginia Tech is a research center dedicated to improving electrical power processing and distribution that impact systems of all sizes – from battery – operated electronics to ...
    • 2013 CPES Annual Report 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems; Uncork-it, Inc. (Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems, 2013)
      The CPES industrial consortium is designed to cultivate connectivity among researchers in academia and industry, as well as create synergy within the network of industry members. The CPES industrial consortium offers: The ...
    • 2014 CPES Annual Report 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems; Uncork-it, Inc. (Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems, 2014)
      Over the past two decades, CPES has secured research funding from major industries, such as GE, Rolls-Royce, Boeing, Alstom, ABB, Toyota, Nissan, Raytheon, and MKS, as well as from government agencies including the NSF, ...
    • 2015 CPES Annual Report 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems; Uncork-it, Inc. (Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems, 2015)
      In its efforts to develop power processing systems to take electricity to the next step, CPES has developed research expertise encompassing five technology areas: (1) power conversion technologies and architectures; (2) ...
    • 2016 CPES Annual Report 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems; Uncork-it, Inc. (Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems, 2016)
      In its effort to develop power processing systems to take electricity to the next step, CPES has cultivated research expertise encompassing five technology areas: (1) power conversion technologies and architectures; (2) ...
    • 2017 CPES Annual Report 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems; Uncork-it, Inc. (Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems, 2017)
      In its effort to develop power processing systems to take electricity to the next step, CPES has cultivated research expertise encompassing five technology areas: (1) power conversion technologies and architectures; (2) ...
    • 2018 CPES Annual Report 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2018)
      In its effort to develop power processing systems to take electricity to the next step, CPES has cultivated research expertise encompassing five technology areas: (1) power conversion technologies and architectures; (2) ...
    • A Case Study of an Interdisciplinary Design Course for Pervasive Computing 

      Coupey, Eloise; McNair, Lisa D. (IEEE, 2010)
      This paper provides a case study of an interdisciplinary design project course for pervasive computing products. As a team of faculty from computer engineering, industrial design, and marketing, we have run several ...
    • AffecTech-an affect-aware interactive AV Artwork 

      Coghlan, N.; Jaimovich, J.; Knapp, R.B.; O’Brien, D.; Ortiz, M.A. (ISEA International, 2009)
      New developments in real-time computing and body-worn sensor technology allow us to explore not just visible gestures using inertial sensors, but also invisible changes in an individual’s physiological state using bio-sensors ...
    • Affective Feedback in a Virtual Reality based Intelligent Supermarket 

      Saha, Deba Pratim; Martin, Thomas L.; Knapp, Benjamin (ACM, 2017)
      The probabilistic nature of the inferences in a context-aware intelligent environment (CAIE) renders them vulnerable to erroneous decisions resulting in wrong services. Learning to recognize a user’s negative reactions to ...
    • An Architecture for Electronic Textiles 

      Jones, Mark T.; Martin, Thomas L.; Sawyer, Braden (ICST, 2008)
      This paper makes a case for a communication architecture for electronic textiles (e-textiles). The properties and re- quirements of e-textile garments are described and analyzed. Based on these properties, the authors make ...
    • THE ART OF PROBLEM DISCOVERY: Adaptive Thinking for Innovation and Growth 

      Mathews, Brian (Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), 2013-04-02)
      What challenges do students face in the classroom? What issues do faculty encounter when applying for grants? How does the Writing Center plan to help students abroad? What keeps senior administrators up at night? We ...
    • Assessing Student Needs Through Discovery 

      Hall, Monena; Lancaster, Charla; Mathews, Brian (2013-04-23)
      Discovery Teams were created to boost the Library’s R&D effort. Annually, University Libraries at Virginia Tech will collectively explore a theme through hands-on experience. For Spring 2012 the topic was: The Learning ...
    • Biosignal-driven Art: Beyond biofeedback 

      Ortiz, Miguel; Coghlan, Niall; Jaimovich, Javier; Knapp, Ben (CMMAS, 2011)
      Biosignal monitoring in interactive arts, although present for over forty years, remains a relatively little known field of research within the artistic community as compared to other sensing technologies. Since the early ...
    • Center Program Snapshot (April 2009) 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems (Virginia Tech. Center for Power Electronics Systems, 2009-04)
      With the widespread use of power electronics technology, the United States would be able to cut electrical energy consumption by 33 percent. The energy savings, by today’s measure, is equivalent to the total output of 840 ...
    • CESCA Newsletter : April 2009 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications (Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications, 2009-04)
      Congratulations on the inaugural issue of the CESCA newsletter! A handful of faculty members scrambled together and proposed a research group in the summer of 2003 to be a part of the College’s then new research center, ...
    • CESCA Newsletter : April 2014 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications (Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications, 2014-04)
      Dr. Chao Wang and his Ph.D. student, Hassan Eldib, received the Best Paper Award at the International Conference on Formal Methods in Computer Aided Design (FMCAD) in November 2013 for a paper titled “An SMT based method ...
    • CESCA Newsletter : February 2013 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications (Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications, 2013-02)
      On 15 March 2013, the Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications is organizing a public event to present its ongoing research projects.. The theme of the symposium is Embedded Security. During the one-day ...
    • CESCA Newsletter : January 2010 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications (Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications, 2010-01)
      New projects ranging from new evolutionary design of routing algorithms, to secure embedded systems, to fingerprint sufficiency assessment, in addition to several other new projects, have been awarded during the fall ...
    • CESCA Newsletter : January 2011 

      Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications (Virginia Tech. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications, 2011-01)
      In today’s day and age, cyber space provides us with a platform for almost real-time, communication and dissemination of information. Since the last newsletter was published, CESCA has created a Facebook group to create a ...