A phone showing the test presidential alert sent in 2018

National emergency alerts potentially vulnerable to attack

June 20, 2019

A team of researchers from the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, the Department of Computer Science and the Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy program discovered a back door through which hackers might mimic presidential alerts.

Gopinath discusses a project with a postdoc in her lab.

CUbit Quantum Initiative breaking barriers across CU Boulder campus

May 30, 2019

While the initiative is only five months old, Associate Director Juliet Gopinath said she has been energized by the potential of the cross-campus project.

Witt with Dean Bobby Braun at the Engineering Alumni Awards ceremony.

“I’m not any smarter than the average engineering student, I just work incredibly hard”

May 7, 2019

Catherine Witt honored as spring 2019 Outstanding Graduate for Academic Achievement for the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering.

Al Gasiewski working in his lab.

Constellation of weather satellites to cover the globe

May 6, 2019

The project, led by electrical engineering professor Al Gasiewski, is a partnership between the university and Colorado-based Orbital Micro Systems (OMS).

Illustration of microscopic bacteria

Clean in a flash: Biofilms project includes two ECEE researchers

April 16, 2019

Professor Bob McLeod and Associate Professor Sean Shaheen are designing experiments to better understand a new technique that shows promise for quickly and easily remove antibiotic-resistant bacteria in dentistry and other potential applications.

A robotic seeing-eye dog at the 2018 expo.

Check out the next generation of engineers in action on April 26

April 8, 2019

College-wide Engineering Projects Expo will include 19 teams from electrical, computer and energy engineering.

Workers guide the rotor and blades onto the tower during assembly of the turbine.

"Morphing" turbine could lower the cost of wind energy

March 20, 2019

Professor Lucy Pao and her team designed the control systems for the unique, down-wind rotor.

Terri Fiez speaks during a panel session at the symposium.

ECEE faculty member co-chairs CU's 17th Women Succeeding Symposium

March 6, 2019

Event aims to contribute to inclusive excellence on campus by helping women faculty and staff be more successful in the University of Colorado system.

Eric Keller and Murad Kablan

Networking spinout Stateless raises $11.33 million in Series A funding

Jan. 31, 2019

Investment in company started by ECEE professor and PhD student represents one of the largest Series A capital rounds raised in Colorado within the past 12 months.

Taylor Barton

Assistant professor awarded prestigious NSF CAREER award

Jan. 7, 2019

These awards support early career faculty who have the potential to become leaders in research and education in their fields.

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