Jae-Woong Jeong holds his soft, stretchable acoustic sensor.

Tiny gadget captures every whoosh, thump and gurgle inside the body

June 8, 2017

It looks like a small Band-Aid, but it’s powerful enough to allow a doctor to monitor the heart rate of a patient remotely or to enable someone to control a robot with voice commands.The “tiny, wearable stethoscope” was created by Jae-Woong Jeong, assistant professor of electrical, computer and energy engineering, along with colleagues from Northwestern University.

Eric Keller

Computer engineering researcher wins prestigious CAREER award

June 1, 2017

Assistant Professor Eric Keller will use the NSF grant to explore new research directions for his team's stateless, disaggregated network architecture.

Murad Kablan, Eric Keller and Nigel Sharp on campus

ECEE startup chosen to participate in Techstars Boulder accelerator

Feb. 7, 2017

A startup founded by Assistant Professor Eric Keller, PhD student Murad Kablan and CU Boulder Global Entrepreneur in Residence Nigel Sharp has been chosen to participate in the 2017 class of business accelerator Techstars Boulder . Stateless was created to commercialize Keller and Kablan’s network virtualization technology, which provides scalable...

The Band-Aid-sized sensor mounted on a chest to measure heart rate.

Tiny electronic device can monitor heart, recognize speech

Nov. 17, 2016

The stretchable device captures physiological sound signals from the body, has physical properties well-matched with human skin and can be mounted on nearly any surface of the body, said CU Boulder Assistant Professor Jae-Woong Jeong, one of three lead study authors.

Khalid AlAwadhi

Student honored for his work in promoting cross-cultural understanding

Nov. 16, 2016

Khalid AlAwadhi, a junior electrical and computer engineering major, is president of CU International, a Boulder campus organization that helps international students adjust to campus life.

Alex Fosdick and a student look over some data on a laptop at the side of a trail

Students take a hike to test electronics projects in the real world

Oct. 31, 2016

Students from Alex Fosdick's Intro to Digital & Analog Electronics class took a hike last weekend for a data gathering field trip. They took along temperature, light and digital altimeter sensors they had built to gather data around Chautauqua and up the Flatirons to see how their circuits behaved in...

The Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica

Professor helps to solve mystery of unusual atmospheric waves above Antarctica

Oct. 25, 2016

If the study's predictions are correct, scientists could use these atmospheric waves to measure properties of the Ross Ice Shelf that are normally difficult to track, such as the amount of stress the ice shelf is under from ocean waves.

Physics professors Margaret Murnane and Henry Kapteyn of JILA pose next to one of the laser apparatuses in their lab at the University of Colorado Boulder campus.

ECEE faculty part of $24M NSF grant for new imaging science center

Sept. 26, 2016

The Science and Technology Center on Real-Time Functional Imaging, known as STROBE, will be headquartered at CU Boulder and will integrate several areas of imaging science and technology, including photon and electron-based imaging, advanced algorithms, big data analysis and adaptive imaging. Named for its relation to stroboscopic imaging, the center is designed to tackle major scientific challenges that have the potential to transform imaging science and technology.

Lockheed Martin CTO Keoki Jackson and Distinguished Professor Zoya Popovic discuss a project in her RF laboratory

$3M Lockheed Martin partnership forges new opportunities in RF for students, researchers

Sept. 7, 2016

The Lockheed Martin Radio Frequency Space Systems Research Center will boost engineering expertise at the college and create new curriculum to fill in-demand skills in the space sector. Spread over four years, the sponsorship will establish new academic programs focused on radio frequency (RF) systems.

Juliet Gopinath and a grad student discuss a project at the optical table in their lab

Researchers earn NSF grant to develop miniature 3D microscope

Aug. 19, 2016

"Adaptive optical devices that are included in a miniature microscope are a game changer," said grant co-investigators Juliet Gopinath, assistant professor in electrical, computer and energy engineering and Victor Bright, professor of mechanical engineering, both at CU Boulder. "They enable truly miniature 3D imaging devices without mechanically moving parts."

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