Xiaoqing Song Wins NSF Grant for Gallium Oxide EV Inverters

Xiaoqing Song, an assistant professor, receives a $300,000 NSF grant for his project on improving electric vehicle traction inverters using gallium oxide technology. The project aims to enhance power density and temperature range, collaborating with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory: Xiaoqing Song Receives NSF Award to Research Gallium Oxide-Based Electric Vehicle Traction Inverters | University of Arkansas (uark.edu)

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$100,000 Grant from NASA for Electric Aircraft Research

$100,000 Grant from NASA for Electric Aircraft Research

The U of A receives $100,000 from NASA to support cutting edge research project, the project will be led by Han Hu. The UA Power Group will use acoustics emissions sensing to detect electrical forces. The goal is to develop a diagnostic tool that can help ensure...

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