Clark School Home UMD

ISR News Story

Rance Cleaveland interviewed for TV news story on Toyota sudden acceleration

Professor Rance Cleaveland (CS/ISR) was intereviewed for a story on Washington, D.C. WUSA Channel 9's five o'clock news on March 23.

Cleaveland was asked about the possibility that electromagnetic interference (EMI) could be a factor in the sudden acceleration problems being experienced in Toyota vehicles.

Cleaveland noted that "EMI could similarly interrupt or confuse the messages that the gas pedal is sending to the engine," says Dr. Cleaveland.

Related Articles:
Cleaveland, Marcus win NSF grant to develop models for cyber-physical systems

March 24, 2010


Prev   Next

 

 

Current Headlines

Stephen Trimberger in residence as ISR visiting research engineer

Brin Family Prize Celebrates Student Innovation

Alumnus Ravi Tandon Receives 2018 Keysight Early Career Professor Award 

Alum Mingyan Liu is PI for Multiscale Network Games of Collusion and Competition MURI

Haptic Safety for Unmanned Vehicles

Three ISR faculty receive UMD Brain and Behavior Initiative seed grants

Aneesh Raghavan wins Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowship

Book edited by Ghodssi, Lin in top 25 percent of most downloaded Springer eBooks

Why a robot can't yet outjump a flea

Bill Regli wins Washington Academy of Sciences Excellence in Research in Computer Science Award

News Resources

Return to Newsroom

Search News

Archived News

Events Resources

Events Calendar