The FU-Fighters, football-playing robots he helped build, were world champions in 2004 and 2005. He is now leading an autonomous car project called Spirit of Berlin. He and his team were awarded the Wolfgang von Kempelen Prize for his work on Konrad Zuse and the history of computers. Although most of his current research and teaching revolves around artificial intelligence and its applications, he holds academic degrees in mathematics and economics. In 2009 the Mexican government created the Raúl Rojas González Prize for scientific achievement by Mexican citizens. The first recipient of the prize was Luis Rafael Herrera Estrella, for contributions to plant biotechnology. For his scientific achievements, Dr. Rojas has won numerous awards, for example: 2015: Teacher of the Year in Germany. 2014: Tony Award Exits the British Computer Society for contributions to History of computing. 2008: Gold Medal Heberto Castillo of ICYT DF by contributions in the area of autonomous vehicles. 2005: Wolfgang von Kempelen for the History of Computing Award, presented by the Austrian Computer Society and the Austrian Ministry of Technology. 2001: Dr. Rojas's book "Encyclopedia of Computers and Computer History" received the "Outstanding Reference Source" award from the American Library Society. The book was also named "Outstanding Academic Title 2001". 2001: First place in the Multimedia contest of the Ministry of Economy of Germany for the E - Chalk system for E - Learning. 1977: Gold medal of CONACYT under the "best student in Mexico" that The work of Dr. Rojas has been frequently presented in the media. The CNN, BBC, Reuters, among others, have reported on the experiments in the traffic of Autonomous University of Berlin (2010 and 2011), as well as the first system for driving a car by measuring brain waves in 2011.