Rob Streeter discusses his presentation with emcee Bud Coleman at the 3MT finals

PhD candidate wins CU Boulder Three Minute Thesis competition

April 11, 2023

Rob Streeter won the CU Boulder Graduate School's competition with his presentation, “A New Way to Measure Internal Body Temperature.”

Joe Izraelevitz

Izraelevitz aims to make complex memory technologies visible to programmers with CAREER Award

April 5, 2023

Assistant Professor Joe Izraelevitz of the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering will use a prestigious NSF CAREER to develop extensions to programming languages that would allow programmers to explicitly control where data is stored.

A cloud-covered Earth as seen from space

New $15M NASA grant will support quantum sensors in space

March 16, 2023

Assistant Professor Marco Nicotra and ECEE-affiliated Professor Dana Anderson are part of multi-university research team looking to improve measurement of important climate factors by observing atoms in outer space.

Diddams in front of optical tables where students are at work on projects

Diddams earns Optica Mees Medal for boundary-breaking optics innovations

March 1, 2023

Researcher's pioneering innovations have led to wide-ranging application of optical frequency combs to ultrafast lasers, optical clocks, spectroscopy, microwave synthesis, and astronomy.

Allen Xu photo

Interview with an MS-EE alumnus - Allen Xu

Feb. 3, 2023

Learn how performance-based admissions, rigorous course content, and flexibility of the MS-EE on Coursera program at CU Boulder opened career doors for Allen Xu.

Thariq Shanavas

New laser technique has applications in gas sensing and photonic radio frequency sources

Dec. 5, 2022

PhD student Thariq Shanavas shares more on the project and his experiences as an interdisciplinary graduate student.

Pao (left) and her team members look at test turbines at NREL

Expanding the scope: Researchers explore wind farm co-design with communities

Nov. 21, 2022

With their most recent project, published in the journal Joule, Pao and her collaborators began to look at what it would mean to bring communities into the process of designing wind farms.

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Two from ECEE earn AB Nexus grants for collaborations with CU Anschutz

Nov. 16, 2022

Juliet Gopinath will tackle novel neurophotonics methods to access deep brain structures for decision making, while Zoya Popovic will advance technique for noninvasive brain temperature monitoring during cardiac surgery.

Gopinath (center) works with two grad students at an optics table

Gopinath group advances quantum sensing with a new model in optical fibers

Nov. 2, 2022

Research into quantum engineering may provide a number of significant advancements in sensor technology, but optical loss and signal noise have – until recently – held these applications back.

A cell tower against a blue sky

CU Boulder lands $750K research grant for 5G communications security

Oct. 24, 2022

Two ECEE researchers are involved in a unique military-oriented project to enable secure use of 5G networks that may be controlled by an adversary.