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Masaaki Nagashima lectures on control for engines and emissions


Mr. Masaaki Nagashima, ISR's visiting scientist from Honda R&D, Japan, gave his final presentation on Aug. 25. Mr. Nagashima is an engineer who worked with ISR-affiliated Professor William Levine (ECE) on automotive exhaust emission control and CO2 control during his 12-month visit at ISR. His final presentation, "Development of an Engine Idle Speed and Emission Controller," explained the results of this collaboration. | More information about ISR’s Visiting Scientists Program |

August 7, 2005


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