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Things to Consider before Starting Graduate Study

July 5, 2022

1. Plan ahead Discuss your educational goals with friends, family and colleagues to ensure you will have the support and time to maximize your academic success without straining your relationships and obligations. Get into the new groove at least a month before classes start. Examine upcoming work and personal obligations...

Researchers at the NREL Flatirons Campus, posing in front of the two-bladed SUMR-D in the background.

Inspired by palm trees, scientists develop hurricane-resilient wind turbines

June 15, 2022

CU researchers have presented results from a new study of four years of real-world data from testing their 53.38 kilowatt demonstrator at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Flatirons Campus, just south of Boulder.

Scott King on campus near the Rustandy Building, with the Flatirons in the background

Mission ready: Alumnus launches startup at CU to inspire climate action

June 14, 2022

Scott King's goal with Mission Zero is to harness the knowledge of faculty, passion of students and growing interest from alumni and the business community to engage people in changing their behavior.

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First students graduate from electrical & computer engineering partnership program

May 26, 2022

Julio Puentes and Gerrold Wilkerson are the first students to earn their ECE degrees from CU Boulder while living and studying at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction.

Abhishikta Pandit

Embedded systems grad finds success as augmented and virtual reality engineer

May 26, 2022

As an infrastructure engineer at Meta, the technology company formerly known as Facebook, Abhishikta Pandit’s team is building augmented and virtual reality (ARVR) platforms that could open new experiences and opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

Eric Wustrow, with an aerial shot of campus and the Flatirons in the background

Wustrow will use CAREER Award to fight Internet censorship

May 9, 2022

With the $569,000, five-year grant from the NSF, he plans to explore how censorship can be fought from within networks using passive measurement and circumvention tools at Internet service providers (ISPs).

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Ansys will help facilitate newest professional master's track

May 2, 2022

Master's program in high-speed digital engineering is set to launch in spring 2023.

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Three from ECEE earn graduating student awards from CU Engineering

April 25, 2022

Congratulations to Phaedra Curlin, Nanu Dahal and Will Pryor!

Physicist Jun Ye in his lab at JILA

April 14 is World Quantum Day: Here’s why you should care

April 14, 2022

Graduate student Gregory Krueper shares thoughts on what the future holds for quantum physics and how quantum discoveries have already fueled the modern, digital age.

Restrepo, Gibson, Gopinath and Bright on the Business Field, with the Flatirons in the background

Research collaboration explores multiple methods for brain imaging

April 13, 2022

Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder and Anschutz Medical Campus are exploring several imaging techniques aimed at creating lightweight miniature microscopes.