Michelle Pirrone

PhD student receives competitive Department of Defense fellowship

July 11, 2022

Michelle Pirrone has won a prestigious National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship for her promising research in microwave engineering and machine learning.

Kate Doubleday

PhD student receives competitive PEO Scholar Award

April 28, 2020

Scholar Awards provide up to $15,000 to doctoral students who have made significant contributions to their field and proven themselves as leaders.

Brendan Heffernan adjusts optical components at a light table in the team's lab.

Shedding light on a moving target

July 31, 2019

Sending a doughnut-shaped beam through optical fiber may hold the key to better brain imaging.

Bob McLeod with a student in his lab

GAANN fellowships available for grad students interested in materials research

Nov. 5, 2018

Two faculty members in electrical, computer and energy engineering have won grants from the U.S. Department of Education to train students with the skills needed to design high-tech materials, and the ability to teach those skills to others.