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We're hiring tenure-track faculty

Oct. 1, 2021

Visit our Employment page for two opportunities to participate in the research and educational missions of the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering!

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Research in Focus: How Tamara Silbergleit Lehman balances security and performance

Jan. 5, 2022

In her computer engineering lab, Assistant Professor Tamara Silbergleit Lehman and her team are exploring ways to make computing devices more secure, while also maintaining performance.

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Alumna wins federal honor for 3D printing innovations

Dec. 21, 2021

Higgins was among 13 winners of the 2021 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal, honoring excellence in the federal workforce.

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Check out photos from the fall 2021 ECEE Projects Expo

Dec. 20, 2021

Students gathered in the new Rustandy Building in December to show off the projects they developed as part of ECEN 1400 Introduction to Digital and Analog Electronics.

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Four from ECEE honored with college Graduating Student Awards

Dec. 13, 2021

Each semester, the College of Engineering and Applied Science honors students for outstanding accomplishments and contributions to the CU Engineering community.

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CU Boulder offering new graduate fellowships in quantum engineering

Dec. 10, 2021

Starting in fall 2022, the GAANN program will provide fellowships for seven students to pursue PhD degrees in electrical, computer & energy engineering and chemical & biological engineering.

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Professor named Optica fellow for optics, nanophotonics contributions

Dec. 8, 2021

Professor Juliet Gopinath has been named a fellow of Optica for her pioneering contributions in optics and nanophotonics.

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Giving Tuesday gratitude: Thank you for helping to support students

Dec. 4, 2021

Thanks to the generosity of 21 donors, we raised more than $2,000 for the department’s Excellence Fund throughout November, leading up to Giving Tuesday on Nov. 30.

An illustration of a group of vehicles seeking the source of a signal, under the presence of the obstacle N . For a smooth control law, the set M represents the points where small perturbations can prevent the agents from converging to the source.

Poveda earns Air Force Young Investigator award for 2022

Nov. 23, 2021

Assistant professor will use the grant to develop more efficient and resilient feedback control algorithms for systems operating in dynamic and uncertain environments.

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Dafna rocks: Student combines her love for science and music

Oct. 27, 2021

Music and science have interlocking qualities that are difficult to see, which means mathematicians, scientists and engineers are often also talented musicians. Dafna Margalit, a senior at CU Boulder, is one of those multi-talented people.

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