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Free Food Pantry Opens for Hungry Lobos!

Free Food Pantry Opens for Hungry Lobos!
February 15, 2022
Current UNM Students can get free groceries and toiletries in room 1093 of the Student Union (first floor). Read More...

Tsiropoulou elevated to IEEE Senior Member

Tsiropoulou elevated to IEEE Senior Member
January 15, 2022
ECE Asst. Prof. Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou has been elevated to Senior Member of the IEEE. IEEE Senior Membership is an honor bestowed only to those who have made significant contributions to the profession.  Read More...

 Palacios Short Story Appears in Literary Anthology

Palacios Short Story Appears in Literary Anthology
November 15, 2021
When ECE Lecturer José Palacios isn’t working on the classification of the Kirchhoff index, he might be writing a short story. His latest, “Presencia,” appeared in “Escribir afuera, cuentos de intemperies y querencias”, Kálathos ediciones, Madrid, Spain, 2021." Read More...

Tsiropoulou wins IEEE Outstanding Engineering Educator Award

Tsiropoulou wins IEEE Outstanding Engineering Educator Award
October 15, 2021
Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou, an Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico, is the recipient of the 2021 IEEE Albuquerque Section Outstanding Engineering Educator Award. Read More...

Sara Kathryn LaTouf receives IEEE Outstanding Undergraduate Engineering Student Award

Sara Kathryn LaTouf receives IEEE Outstanding Undergraduate Engineering Student Award
September 15, 2021
ECE Undergraduate student Sara Kathryn LaTouf, performing research with Dr. Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou, has been awarded the IEEE Albuquerque Section 2021 Outstanding Undergraduate Engineering Student Award for outstanding academic performance in the field of Electrical Engineering. Read More...

Plasmonics Team Shares New COVID Tool

Plasmonics Team Shares New COVID Tool
August 15, 2021
ECE Asst Prof Viktoriia Babicheva and her graduate student Vahid Karimi have developed a simulation tool that calculates the enhancement of light in the proximity to nanoparticles. Their research area is called "Plasmonics," which may soon may become a widespread technology. Read More...

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