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Former ISR visiting scientist develops new engine

The Honda iGX440, a next-generation general purpose engine with electronic control technology
The Honda iGX440, a next-generation general purpose engine with electronic control technology

Mr. Kazutomo Nishida is one of the developers of Honda Motor Company's recently released iGX440, a next-generation general purpose engine with electronic control technology. Mr. Nishida, an engineer who designs electrical components for general purpose commercial engines, was a Honda Visiting Scientist at ISR during 2001-2002. During his visit, he conducted research with ISR-affiliated Professor Christopher Davis (ECE) on various projects involving sensor and control systems for general purpose engines. | Read the Honda press release |

April 1, 2005


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