Kristina Johnson

Former faculty member named president of Ohio State University

June 4, 2020

Kristina Johnson was a founding director of the Optoelectronic Computing Systems research center at CU Boulder.

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Coming soon: "Virtual office hours" videos

May 21, 2020

Associate Chair Keith Graham gives a sneak peek at these short videos that will help students debug lab projects, anytime, from anywhere.

Flipbook cover for the virtual graduation

Celebrating our spring 2020 graduates

May 20, 2020

Check out our virtual graduation video, flipbook and virtual senior design expo.

Keith Graham

ECEE is taking undergraduate core labs to the next level

May 8, 2020

Learn about some of the steps we're taking to make sure all undergraduate students have the tools they need to succeed and stay safe in the fall semester, from online testing platforms to remote team learning environments.

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.

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Moon Yin (ElCompEngr’16) leads Shanghai alumni chapter mask donation

April 24, 2020

Moon and 10 other alumni donated 1,200 masks to CU Boulder, which were distributed in March to health care and first responders within CU.

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Two PhD students earn NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

April 14, 2020

Two graduate students from the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering have earned prestigious Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation.

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Poveda will use NSF CRII award to develop safer, more efficient autonomous transportation systems

April 9, 2020

Award will allow his group to develop new families of adaptive algorithms that better respond to real-time challenges on roadways.

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Senior design team works to transform trash into usable fuel

March 24, 2020

Their product can help mitigate the increasing trash crisis and facilitate remote generation of fuel in areas that are unable to process generated waste.

Dimitra Psychogiou works with two students in the ECEE circuits lab.

CAREER Award recipients focused on sustainable infrastructure

Jan. 15, 2020

Assistant professors Dimitra Psychogiou and Emiliano Dall’Anese have won CAREER Awards from the National Science Foundation for innovative proposals focused on radio frequency spectrum access and algorithmic control of networks, respectively.