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Poveda earns CAREER award for data-assisted control research

April 11, 2022

Assistant professor plans to explore how all of machine learning and other data can be used to control systems — from robotic networks to the power grid.

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Detailed time-lapse images of brain cells could lead to new insights for neurological disorders

March 30, 2022

In the journal Biomedical Optics Express, CU researchers describe their new SIMscope3D, a miniature microscope designed for high-resolution 3D images.

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Interview with Juliet Gopinath

March 17, 2022

Discover how photonics and semiconductors are impacting everything from transportation to healthcare and learn how you can start preparing for a career in electrical engineering. This is an exciting time to be pursuing an electrical engineering degree. Electrical engineers are shaping the future of transportation, pioneering new approaches to healthcare,...

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2 ECEE-affiliated faculty recognized for open educational practices

March 11, 2022

Alan Mickelson and Nikolaus Correll honored by University Libraries for using open-access textbooks and resources in their classes.

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Popovic elected to National Academy of Engineering

March 1, 2022

Distinguished professor honored “for developing high-efficiency microwave transmitters and active antenna arrays for wireless communication systems and for engineering education.”

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Honoree hopes new endowment will lead to quantum breakthrough

Feb. 1, 2022

Recently created by an anonymous donor, the Karl Gustafson Endowed Chair of Quantum Engineering will be embedded in 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.