Philliebot, created by the GRASP Laboratory of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, is highlighted for throwing the ceremonial first pitch at the Phillies game.
School of Engineering & Applied Science
PHILADELPHIA – The University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering and Applied Science will host the National Academy of Engineering regional meeting and symposium “Engineered Networks” on April 26. The event will be held in the Wu and Chen Auditorium of Levine Hall located at 3330 Walnut St. on Penn’s campus.
WHO: Arun Majumdar, director, Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy
U. S. Rep. Chakka Fattah of Philadelphia
Philliebot, the pitching robot built by the GRASP laboratory of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, is featured.
The GRASP laboratory of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is featured for the pitching robot.
PHILADELPHIA — The advancements of our electronic age rests on our ability to control how electric charge moves, from point A to point B, through circuitry. Doing so requires particular precision, for applications ranging from computers, image sensors and solar cells, and that task falls to semiconductors.
Now, a research team at the University of Pennsylvania’s schools of Engineering and Applied Science and Arts and Sciences has shown how to control the characteristics of semiconductor nanowires made of a promising material: lead selenide.
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