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Graduate student Matthew Cheely and Assistant Professor ,b.Timothy Horiuchi's paper, "A VLSI Model of Range-Tuned Neurons in the Bat Echolocation System," was selected as the Best Paper of the Sensory Systems Track at the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) 2003. It was selected out of some 65 papers.

Horiuchi also was recently interviewed by the New York Post about a new robotic vacuum cleaner that uses sonar to detect obstacles.



May 5, 2003


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