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Jun 7th, 2007
Brian Gore receives SAE Award for Research!

Brian Gore and Peter Jarvis of the NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., are recipients of SAE International's Arch T. Colwell Merit Award.They were presented the award during the SAE 2007 World Congress.

This award, established in 1965, annually recognizes the authors of outstanding papers presented at an SAE or SAE section meeting. The late Arch T. Colwell, who first funded this award, served SAE International in many capacities for nearly 50 years, including a term as President in 1941.

The SAE Foundation now funds this award. In addition to supporting the awards, recognition and scholarship programs of SAE International, the SAE Foundation develops and funds programs and incentives that foster student interest in engineering, scientific and technical education.

Gore and Jarvis are recognized for co-authoring the paper, "New Integrated Modelling Capabilities: MIDAS' Recent Behavioural Enhancements" (SAE paper 2005-01-2701).

Brian Gore
Gore is a senior research associate for the San Jose' State University Research Foundation in the Human Systems Integration Division at NASA Ames Research Center. He has more than 14 years of experience in human factors and ergonomics research.

Gore has published 45 reports, 28 of which he first authored. He has received a number of awards, including Best Paper of Session and Best Paper of Conference at two major aviation conferences. A member of SAE International, Gore has served as a general conference chairperson and member of two SAE committees.

Gore received his master's in computer systems and industrial engineering from San Jose' State University. He is a doctoral candidate in the mechanical and industrial engineering department at the University of Toronto. He resides in Los Gatos, Calif.

Mar 8th, 2007
Dynamic Brake Lights Concept is featured in the news!

Zhonghai Li's work is featured in the news. Congratulations!

04.03.2007 - Chinese Daily Newspaper of Science and Technology: The dynamic brake lights concept (in Chinese)
03.27.2007 - The Bulletin, University of Toronto: New brake light system could mean fewer collisions
03.26.2007 - The Varsity, University of Toronto: When disaster looms
03.25.2007 - What's Next In Science & Technology: Dynamic brake light system may help decrease rear-end collisions
03.23.2007 - University of Toronto News: New brake light system could mean fewer collisions
03.08.2007 - Discovery Channel: Bigger taillights improves road safety at night: study
03.08.2007 - New Scientist: Tail lights grow in the dark
The Daily Telegraph: Sensitive tail lights could put brake on rear-end collisions
(Take a look at what people are saying about the dynamic brake lights concept on digg.com)

Nov 20th, 2006
Shumin Zhai receives ACM Distinguished Scientist Award!

Shumin Zhai receives ACM Distinguished Scientist Award. The Distinguished Engineer, Scientist, or Member Grade recognizes those Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) members with at least 15 years of professional experience and 5 years of continuous Professional Membership who have achieved significant accomplishments or have made a significant impact on the computing field. Read more here!