Prof. Christos Christodoulou will present "Reconfigurable Antennas for Cognitive Radio and Space Applications" at 3pm today in room 147 of Woodward Hall. As always, "All are Welcome" but you must wear a mask and practice social distancing, please.
Gangadharan Esakki had not planned to defend his PhD dissertation in a Zoom Meeting on May 25th. He was hoping for a more intimate exchange in the ECE building with Committee Chair, Dr. Marios Pattichis and friends…but COVID-19 abruptly changed that venue.
ECE PhD student Georgios Fragkos has been awarded the Albuquerque Section IEEE 2020 Outstanding Graduate Engineering Student Award for outstanding academic performance in the field of computing and communications.
While most of us have been transforming our homes into quasi-offices, many of our ECE undergrads have been turning their living spaces into digital laboratories.
ECE Prof Edl Schamiloglu is leading a team of five universities that have been selected for a 2020 Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) Award. The title of the project is “Exploration of Fundamental Limits to High Power Electromagnetic Amplification.”
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!"
Devetsikiotis Paper Selected as Article of the Week by IEEE
April 2, 2020
An article co-published by ECE Chair Michael Devetsikiotis has been selected by The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers as the IEEE Access “Article of the Week” on its website and social media platforms. Read More...
WHY Lab Opens Doors to All ECE Students
January 25, 2020
A new laboratory experience, called The WHY Lab, opened its doors to all ECE students in January 2020. Located in room 132, the Lab welcomes freshmen who are searching for a new avenue of study, seniors who are putting together their final Design Project and everybody else in-between! Read More...