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Article by Isaiah Keepin, senior developer at Bluehouse Group
An innovative project developed at CEMS has received a $1.8 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative for research aimed at improving the electric grid’s ability to accommodate power generated from renewable energy sources.
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CEMS undergraduate students are able to engage in project-based research under the guidance of an experienced faculty member. One example is Anwar Elhadad (left photo) who worked with Professor Maryam Etezad. In this project a UV sensor and a microcontroller form a wearable detector to remind the user—via a text message—to ...
Take one look at the “hedonometer”—an empiric instrument that delivers a data visualization of the measure of happiness of a human population in real time, based on a random sampling of some 50 million tweets posted to Twitter each day—and the random acts of daily public life seem to take on a newer, deeper level of ...