At this very moment, there’s a tower on Sandia Crest sending experimental, high frequency microwaves across the city. Using frequencies outside the range of conventional electronics, this tower is used to collect data on potential electromagnetic signals for future space communications.
Sean Phillips sees a bright future in feedback control systems. "Control design has its foot in almost every aspect of engineering," he said, pointing to driverless cars, satellites, rockets, robotics and bio-medical applications.
ECE Chair Michael Devetsikiotis served as Guest Editor for the November 2018 issue of ECEDHA, a web publication distributed to members of The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Assn. The ECEDHA represents 90% of the 300 ABET-accredited ECE departments within the US.
ECE Distinguished Professor Edl Schamiloglu invites those with an interest in Directed Energy to sign up for his "Introduction to Directed Energy Online Course" beginning January 14 and ending March 18, 2019.
ECE Prof Mark Gilmore has been awarded $500K from the Dept of Energy to support work related to High-Energy Density Laboratory Plasmas. This grant, one of 26 grants shared among 17 institutions, is part of a $14 million exploration into extreme states of matter.
Our friends at the UNM Graduate Resource Center invite ECE Grad students for a free "Lunch & Learn" every Tuesday, from noon till 1 pm beginning Tues, Jan 22 featuring a workshop called "Financing Your Grad Semester Abroad."
Thirty-three UNM students (including nine from ECE!) attended the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) National Conference in Minneapolis Oct 17-21. With 20,000 attendees this was the largest SWE ever, giving UNM Students the opportunity to network, attend workshops, and speak with prospective employer
Control Systems Predict Bright Future
October 25, 2018
Dr. David Copp will be sharing his vast knowledge about control systems this fall for those signing up for ECE649 "Topics in Control Systems: Convex Optimization and Optimal Control." The class will take place Monday and Wednesday, in ECE room 237 from 3:30-4:45 pm. Read More...
UNM computer engineering ranks No. 1 as most affordable online program
October 18, 2018
The University of New Mexico School of Engineering’s online program in computer engineering is ranked No. 1 in a list of the 2019 Most Affordable Online Master’s Programs in Computer Engineering ranking by OnlineU. Read More...
UNM part of statewide NSF EPSCoR grant to revolutionize the electrical grid
September 25, 2018
The University of New Mexico is part of a statewide consortium on a $20 million, five-year grant that aims to modernize the electrical grid to make it more resilient, reliable and ready to handle renewable technologies of the future. Read More...