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From MS-EE program to PhD student

Oct. 21, 2022

After a couple of years with the MS-EE program, both as a student and a course facilitator, Antonio Souza was accepted to CU Boulder’s PhD program

Scott Diddams and Greg Rieker discuss a project in the lab

QEI Collaboration Lab opening to foster high-impact research in quantum engineering

Oct. 12, 2022

Collaborators will conduct research into quantum computing, optical clocks, quantum sensors and networks, hybrid quantum systems and more, according to Robert H. Davis Endowed Chair in Discovery Learning Scott Diddams.

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Make the Most of Distance Education

Sept. 29, 2022

Considering graduate school? Use this guide to help you fit classes and homework into your busy life.

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Two new faculty members join department for fall 2022

Sept. 27, 2022

Two new faculty members have joined the ECEE team in support of our research and teaching missions. Welcome, Mona and Cody!

John Melanson

500 patents: CU Engineering alumnus now among top 100 most prolific inventors

Sept. 26, 2022

Many of John Melanson's patents are in the field of audio and electronics, particularly in analog-to-digital signal processing technologies that are instrumental in today’s digital devices.

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Interview with an MS-EE alumnus - Luis Plata

Sept. 23, 2022

Discover how Luis Plata was able to gain a master’s and certificate while working full time.

Gianluca Bianchin during a hike at the Maroon Bells in Colorado

Former ECEE postdoc: 'I aim to be an effective, engaging and inspiring educator'

Sept. 16, 2022

Gianluca Bianchin spent two years as a postdoctoral researcher at CU Boulder before starting his first faculty position at Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium this fall.

The new industry-grade 100 kV electron beam writer

CU getting new new electron beam lithography system for quantum engineering, nanofabrication

Sept. 7, 2022

A state-of-the-art instrument coming soon to CU Boulder will improve research around quantum engineering and may eventually prove to be a game-changer for interdisciplinary materials and device research in the Rocky Mountain region.

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As U.S. ramps up semiconductor production, engineers are probing new tiny electronics

Aug. 31, 2022

In CU Boulder's COSINC lab, researchers like Won Park use state-of-the art tools to design incredibly small electronic devices—some features measuring just 10 nanometers in size, or less than a millionth of an inch.

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Researchers make strides in commercializing simplified dual-comb spectroscopy

Aug. 30, 2022

Shu-Wei Huang and his team are working on a compromise in order to find new applications for a powerful new technology.

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