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Working together for equity and justice: A message from Chair Chris Myers

July 24, 2020

Continued vigilance in identifying and addressing racism in all its forms is needed to create an inclusive and welcoming environment. I stand with our students of color in their efforts to raise awareness and bring about equity and justice.

The Newell award medal
Erickson wins prestigious IEEE power electronics award

July 29, 2020

Professor Bob Erickson has been awarded the 2021 IEEE William E. Newell Power Electronics Award for his contributions to power electronics education and analysis, modeling, and design of power converters.

Four masked team members show off their prototype during a testing session at a team member's home.
Student team headed for finals of Future Energy Challenge

July 28, 2020

A group of six undergraduates and recent graduates from CU Boulder will be among 10 teams competing in the final round of the IEEE International Future Energy Challenge next month.

Pictured above, from left: Fletcher Richman with Halp co-founders Tristan Rubadeau and Komran Rashidov on a balcony in Boulder with the Flatirons in the background.
Enabling the ways we work

July 7, 2020

Alumnus Fletcher Richman's (ElCompEngr'14) startup success grew from a passion for productivity tools.

A silicon chip with a tiled array of serpentine optical phased array (SOPA) tiles. Drawn superimposed are beams from two matching tiles and the far field beam interference pattern demonstrating tiled beam forming.
Leap in lidar could improve safety, security of new technology

July 6, 2020

In a new paper, published in Optica, CU Boulder electrical engineering researchers describe a new silicon chip that improves the resolution and scanning speed needed for a lidar system.