Rendering of nanosatellite

Undergrads design nanosatellite ground station

May 14, 2015

ECEE senior project team jumps at the chance to be part of pioneering weather research.

The Optibit team with their prize check

PhD student's startup takes home $275K MIT Clean Energy Prize

May 12, 2015

OptiBit's technology helps data centers save 10% on energy use while also increasing performance.

Robert Emigh

Alumnus honored as Los Alamos Living Treasure

May 7, 2015

In 1942, Robert Emigh was set to graduate with honors in electrical engineering from CU-Boulder when he and others from his class were excused from their final trimester as the United States entered World War II.

Robert Erickson with solar panel

Erickson named CU-Boulder Inventor of the Year

April 23, 2015

Professor's work focuses on making use of new technologies to improve power management and energy utilization in a wide range of electronic systems.

Zoya Popovic and student in lab chamber

Professor finds new health-care applications for her RF/microwave research

April 1, 2015

When she started getting requests to take on health care-related projects, Zoya Popovic was a little surprised. While she hadn’t pursued funding in that field, she said the projects caught her attention from a technical standpoint.

Alex Mault

Rejection only the beginning for student entrepreneur

March 14, 2015

From the beginning of his CU-Boulder career, Mault dedicated himself to two goals -- earn his way into the College of Engineering, and see his health startup succeed.

Frank Barnes with a student

"We are the ones that change what is possible"

Jan. 28, 2015

EEWeb interviews ECEE Distinguished Professor Frank Barnes on his career and his advice for future engineers.

The Little Box Challenge team

CU-Boulder faculty accept Google/IEEE Little Box Challenge

Jan. 15, 2015

Afridi and his team have less than a year to build a power inverter that is at least 10 times smaller than the current picnic cooler-sized inverters commonly used in photovoltaic solar power systems and other green energy applications.

Alan Mickelson in his lab

Universities push harder into the realm of startups

Dec. 17, 2014

Professor Alan Mickelson talks to The Wall Street Journal about the steps he's taking to ensure success for the startup based on his cutting-edge optical communications research.

Maksimovic and Bright

Two faculty members named IEEE Fellows for 2015

Dec. 17, 2014

Two faculty members from the CU-Boulder Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering were recently named Fellows of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for 2015.