ECE Assoc. Prof. Meeko Oishi is leading a multi-institutional 5-year, $5.5 million project funded by the National Science Foundation through the Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) program.
Graduate students can get speedy feedback on their writing and research projects by submitting their written work, 24/7, to the Graduate Online Writing Lab, or "GrOWL!"
Meeko Oishi, an associate professor at ECE, has been chosen to participate in the 2020-2021 Defense Science Study Group (DSSG). The DSSG is a highly-selective program. This year, there were 178 nominations from 97 universities, and from those, 15 were selected for this year’s class.
Tsiropoulou Wins NSF CRII Award
July 15, 2019
The National Science Foundation has awarded ECE Assistant Professor, Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou, a Research Initiation Initiative Grant (NSF CRII) that will help fund her research and will also support her graduate students for the next two years. Read More...
Islam/Torres Win IEEE Outstanding Grad Student Award
June 15, 2019
Two ECE Graduate Students, Khandakar Nusrat Islam, and Marcos Torres, will be awarded the Outstanding Graduate Student Award at the annual joint IEEE/Sigma Xi Annual Awards Banquet on May 13. Each winner receives a handsomely framed certificate. Read More...
Woodard Endowment Fund Supports Student Design Projects
June 10, 2019
Ted Woodard, an alumnus of The University of New Mexico Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has donated $300,000 to support students in the department with senior design projects. Read More...
Dr Sal's Team Wins 1st at Expo Pitch!
May 30, 2019
Irma “Letty” Cavazos, Rajani Budha, Al Kassim El Mazrui and Taha Bueshi, Electrical and Computer Engineering students, working with Dr. "Sal" Portillo from the ECE dept., were awarded first place in the Engineering EXPO Pitch Competition held Fri, May 3. Read More...