CCALS Partner Initiatives
Vincent J. Barnett, has been appointed the Vice Chair of the Board for Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (CCALS).
Two projects to support job creation programs in the Richmond and Petersburg region were awarded to CCALS partner VCU.
What does your electric car do when you’re at work or asleep? Potentially, its stored power could be sold to a public utility during times of low use, to help support a more resilient grid.
Longtime CCALS associate James H. Lambert was recently honored for his research contributions at the University of Virginia’s first annual Research Achievement Awards.
Cody Pennetti, a Ph.D. student at the Center for Risk Management of Engineering Systems, is a finalist in the Student Merit Competition organized by the Society for Risk Analysis’ Engineering and Infrastructure Specialty Group. The competition promotes excellence in risk analysis research for engineering and infrastructure management.
Virginia is all in for reinventing itself with renewable energy by capitalizing on offshore wind generation and job creation. On Sept. 19, Dominion Energy announced the largest offshore wind project in the U.S., to produce 2,600 megawatts of wind energy by 2026 off our coast. That’s enough to power approximately 650,000 homes.
The University of Virginia School of Engineering is a founding partner of a new national research center that is addressing these urgent challenges. The Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust, known as CHEST, earned a prestigious designation as a National Science Foundation Industry-University Cooperative Research Center as of Oct. 1
The University of Virginia School of Engineering is launching a new center that will be focused on ensuring electronic devices are designed to protect the people who use them …
UVA Engineering Helps Launch National Center Aimed at Ensuring Connected Electronic Devices are Secure and Trustworthy for Consumers
The University of Virginia School of Engineering is a founding partner of a national research center that is tackling an increasingly urgent challenge for industry: How to ensure that electronic devices and systems of connected devices are designed to protect the interests of consumers and communities that rely on them.
“The port was really pleased with the work that Jim and his students did on turn times and other projects,” said Thomas Polmateer, secretary of the CCALS and member of its board of directors. “As a result, the port has been asking them to take on a growing menu of projects, from making a dashboard of ship arrivals to studying the potential of liquefied natural gas provisioning there.”
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