Latest ECE News [All News...]

Blue LED breakthrough for efficient electronics

In a step that could lead to longer battery life in smartphones and lower power consumption for large-screen televisions, Prof. Stephen Forrest and his team have extended the lifetime of blue organic light emitting diodes by a factor of 10.  [More Info]

Prof. Pallab Bhattacharya To Receive 2015 IEEE David Sarnoff Award

Pallab Bhattacharya, Charles M. Vest Distinguished University Professor and James R. Mellor Professor of Engineering, was selected to receive the 2015 IEEE David Sarnoff Award, "For contributions to near-infrared and visible quantum dot lasers." The IEEE David Sarnoff award is one of IEEE's Technical Field Awards, which are among the highest awards given by IEEE.  [More Info]

Khalil Najafi to Receive 2015 IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award for Emerging Technologies

Khalil Najafi, Schlumberger Professor of Engineering and ECE Chair, was selected to receive the 2015 IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award for Emerging Technologies, "For leadership in micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), technologies, and devices and for seminal contributions to inertial devices and hermetic wafer-level packaging." The IEEE Daniel E. Noble award is one of IEEE's Technical Field Awards, which are among the highest awards given by IEEE.  [More Info]

Student Spotlight: Tal Nagourney - Exploring navigation

ECE graduate student Tal Najourney is exploring new frontiers in navigation technology. He and others in the group are trying to build a navigation device that doesnt need any external frame of reference, meaning the gyroscope is meant to guide navigation devices without using GPS. He worked with a professional glass blower to hone his technique.  [More Info]

Fighting lung cancer with faster image processing

A new $1.9 million research program led by Prof. Jeff Fessler seeks to make low-dose computed tomography scans a viable screening technique by speeding up the image reconstruction from half an hour or more to just five minutes.The advance could be particularly important for fighting lung cancers, as symptoms often appear too late for effective treatment. Prof. Thomas Wenisch is collaborating on the project.  [More Info]

Prof. Ted Norris Receives Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award

Prof. Norris was recognized for his consistently outstanding achievements in scholarly research, sustained high quality teaching and mentoring of students and junior colleagues, and for his distinguished service to the University and professional community. He will receive the award at a special ceremony October 6, 2014.  [More Info]

ECE Events [All Events...]

Quantum Research Group

Thursday, Oct 02, 2014
Location: 4941 Beyster Bldg.
Event Type: Quantum Info Processing Seminar

Economic Models of Network Neutrality and of Future Internet Designs

Thursday, Oct 02, 2014
Location: 1005 EECS
Speaker: George Kesidis
Event Type: CSP Seminar

How your refrigerator can help get more renewable energy on the power grid

Friday, Oct 03, 2014
Location: 1311 EECS
Speaker: Johanna L. Mathieu
Event Type: Other Seminar

Integrating Strcture and Control Design using the Tensegrity Paradigm

Friday, Oct 03, 2014
Location: 1500 EECS
Speaker: Robert E. Skelton
Event Type: Control Seminar

Semiconductor Technology Roadmap: A Paradigm for Nanomanufacturing?

Monday, Oct 06, 2014
Location: 2150 DOW
Speaker: Michael Lercel, Ph.D
Event Type: NIMSA Seminar

MEEP: A flexible, free-software package for electromagnetic simulations by the FDTD method

Wednesday, Oct 08, 2014
Location: Duderstadt Center, Room Win 1 & 2 (3358)
Speaker: Dr. Ardavan Oskooi
Event Type: NNIN Seminar

MIPSE Graduate Student Symposium

Wednesday, Oct 08, 2014
Location: 1200 EECS, EECS atrium
Event Type: Student Event

Low-Temperature Plasma Surface Interactions: Nanoscale Graphit-ic Film Formation, Atomic Layer Etching & Atm. Pressure Plasma Jet Modification of Biomolecules

Wednesday, Oct 08, 2014
Location: 1200 EECS
Speaker: Prof. Gottlieb S. Oehrlein
Event Type: MIPSE Seminar