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TRINA Scientists Demonstrate Acoustic Directional Sensing of Sirens with Deep Learning

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ANN ARBOR, MI Dr. Ziqi Yu and his research team at the Toyota Research Institute of North America (TRINA) have made a breakthrough in broadband acoustic directional sensing of sirens using a resonator-based sensor, enhanced by deep learning. This innovation demonstrates the potential of artificial intelligence to extend the capabilities of physical sensing systems and … Continued

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Electrochemical Society Names Toyota Scientist a Fellow in 2024 Class

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ANN ARBOR, MI The Electrochemical Society (ECS) has named Dr. Rana Mohtadi, a Senior Principal Scientist at the Toyota Research Institute of North America (TRINA), a Fellow in its Class of 2024. Mohtadi is the first female from an automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to receive this prestigious honor. This is the second consecutive year … Continued

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Electronics Research Department seeks ideas regarding future communications technologies as an Open Call

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ANN ARBOR, MI This open call seeks future-looking communication technologies that are intended to be incorporated into future vehicles. Award size : Maximum $440,000 over three phases. Responses Due : Aug. 16, 2024 Keywords : Hardware focused, Beyond 5G/6G, Opto-electronic, Quantum technologies   Please see the following link for details and application instructions Open Call

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Efforts to Propel Advances in Li Metal Batteries: Academia, National Laboratories, and Industry Join Forces

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ANN ARBOR, MI Rana Mohtadi and her team have been making significant strides in advancing lithium (Li) metal batteries, addressing some of the most pressing challenges in the field through design of materials that have the potential to overcome key challenges in this technology. These batteries have the potential to enhance the performance and range … Continued

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Scientists discover outstanding polymer electrolyte for solid-state battery by leveraging collaboration between experimentalists and theorists

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ANN ARBOR, MI Crème de la crème of polymer electrolytes discovered by the fusion of molecular dynamics and experimental validation. TRINA has been investigating the next generation of solid-state electrolytes to overcome the challenges of high-cost and air stability of sulfide-based electrolytes. TRINA has developed a polymer-based solid-state electrolyte with high ionic conductivity and voltage … Continued

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ITL researchers received the Best Student Paper Award in IEEE SPAWC 2023

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Takayuki Shimizu, Hongsheng Lu, and Chinmay Mahabal, together with researchers of North Carolina State University, received the Best Student Paper Award at IEEE SPAWC 2023

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Scientists develop optimized radar array structure for advanced radar performance

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Imaging radar progresses as TRINA scientists contribute optimization methods for planar array antenna structures.

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TRINA scientist gives invited talk to India Semiconductor Mission on thermal challenges in power electronics

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TRINA scientist delivers webinar to more than 50 faculty members from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).

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Designing the Next Generation of Soft Robots Using Turing Patterns

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Prototyping soft robots using a design method based on Turing patterns. The research explores the emerging paradigm of programmed 3D shapes in additive manufacturing, which is receiving significant attention.

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A Big Step for Microbatteries using Machine Learning

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Data-driven design of miniature batteries is key to maximizing their performance. Miniature lithium-ion batteries (microbatteries) have been promising candidates for powering off-grid operations of internet-of-things (IoT) devices.

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