Jason Breitbarth

Alum’s company stays true to hands-on roots

Dec. 7, 2015

Jason Breitbarth’s experiences at CU-Boulder continue to impact the way Holzworth Instrumentation does business.

Students working in embedded systems lab

New program: Earn a professional master's in embedded systems

Nov. 11, 2015

To help our students, alumni and industry friends keep pace with technology trends – including the Internet of Things – the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering has expanded its options in embedded systems design, starting in fall 2015.

Ram Narayanswamy speaks at ATLAS

ECEE alum: Prepare for explosion in visual media technologies

Nov. 11, 2015

When people think of futuristic virtual reality, the holodeck from Star Trek often comes to mind. But while that technology may still be a ways off, a CU-Boulder alum says that using visual data to make photos and video feel more personal is a lot closer to reality.

Terri Fiez

Fiez joins CU-Boulder as vice chancellor of research, professor in ECEE

Sept. 16, 2015

A former National Science Foundation Young Investigator awardee with over 150 publications, Fiez’s scholarly interests focus on analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits and approaches to innovative education.

Student with Photo Origami project

Summer camp gives Boulder kids a taste of "Photo Origami" research

Aug. 12, 2015

Shrinky Dinks used to recreate shape memory polymer research being done on the nano scale in Professor Bob McLeod's lab.

Zoya Popovic looking in microscope

Zoya Popovic named 2015 Distinguished Research Lecturer

July 23, 2015

Zoya Popovic of electrical, computer and energy engineering will deliver this year's Distinguished Research Lecture at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, in the Glenn Miller Ballroom.

Artist rendering of implantable device

Device delivers drugs to brain via remote control

July 16, 2015

Jae-Woong Jeong constructs optofluidic implant that could make drug therapies more targeted with fewer side effects.

Nathan Seidle in the SparkFun warehouse

Alum's company branching out into new territory

June 23, 2015

12 years after it launched online, SparkFun Electronics is opening its first offline store in Niwot.

John "Max" Dunn

Senior aspires to be "jack of all trades"

June 14, 2015

Being a student athlete only scratches the surface of Dunn's active college life.

Students with PolarCube ground station

Local TV news visits satellite ground station

May 28, 2015

PolarCube rig attracting attention from passersby on Boulder Creek path.

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