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Horiuchi demonstrates a micro air vehicle that incorporates a sonar chip based on bat echolocation.
Horiuchi demonstrates a micro air vehicle that incorporates a sonar chip based on bat echolocation.

Associate Professor Timothy Horiuchi (ECE/ISR) is featured in the May 2005 issue of Scientific American. In an article titled "Neuromorphic Microchips," Horiuchi's research on a sonar chip modeled on bat echolocation is mentioned as one of eight neuromorphic electronic research projects internationally that are focused on new microchips that emulate the brain. | Scientific American article (Note: subscribership necessary to view entire article) |

May 15, 2005


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