Bai and Zhu Recognized for Licensed Patent at UTRF Innovation Awards
UTRF recognized the teams whose technologies led to licenses recently, which included Associate Professor Kevin Bai and graduate student Liyan Zhu. They were awarded with a plaque for their 2020 patent for a “High-Efficiency Integrated On-Board Charger and Auxiliary Power Module for EV.”
The Conversation: How QR codes work and what makes them dangerous – a computer scientist explains
Bar codes store information along one axis, horizontally. QR codes store information in both vertical and horizontal axes, which allows them to hold significantly more data. That extra amount of data is what makes QR codes so versatile.