An exterior view of the Engineering Center, as viewed from the west entrance.

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!

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, with applications in areas such as cybersecurity, unmanned vehicles and cyber-physical systems.

Dafna onstage at a show, behind her keyboard

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.

Omkar Supekar

Optics and photonics researcher honored with Outstanding Postdoc Award

Sept. 27, 2021

Omkar Supekar, a postdoctoral associate in Professor Juliet Gopinath’s Optics and Photonics Research Group, has been recognized with an Outstanding Postdoc Award by the CU Boulder Research and Innovation Office.

ECEE logo with an illustration of a printed circuit board in the background

Department welcomes five new faculty members for fall 2021

Aug. 25, 2021

Includes four researchers in quantum engineering, power electronics and data science, as well as a new instructor for the CU-CMU partnership program.

Graphic showing how a time lens can distinguish between two photons arriving at a detector close together. (Credit: Optica)

New quantum 'stopwatch' can improve imaging technologies

Aug. 24, 2021

Electrical engineering researchers at CU Boulder have designed one of the most precise stopwatches yet — one that can count single photons. The group published its results this week in the journal Optica.

Xudong Chen

Xudong Chen recognized as national leader in field of automatic control

Aug. 5, 2021

Assistant professor recognized with the Donald P. Eckman Award, one of the most prestigious honors in the engineering discipline-spanning field of automatic control.

Matanya Horowitz

CU alum creates AI robots to sort recyclables

July 7, 2021

Matanya Horowitz (ApMath, CompSci, Econ, ElCompEngr’10; MElEngr’10) is the founder of AMP Robotics. His vision? Use artificial intelligence to elevate the recycling industry.

Bowen Li in his lab

Postdoctoral researcher wins Bernard J. Couillaud Prize from OSA

June 21, 2021

Bowen Li's CANDi fiber laser is a promising solution for practical dual-comb metrology devices that benefit applications including molecular spectroscopy, biochemical imaging and precise laser ranging.

This scanning electron microscope image shows the distinct bow tie shape of an optical rectenna. (Credit: Moddel lab)

Scientists debut world’s most efficient 'optical rectennas,' devices that harvest power from heat

May 18, 2021

Working rectennas could, theoretically, harvest the heat coming from factory smokestacks or bakery ovens that would otherwise go to waste.