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Add an MS to Your CV: Class Syllabi Released!
December 1, 2018
The syllabi for four of the Master's Level Managed Online Programs (MOP) have just been released by ECE: You can now add a Master's Degree to your resume, even if you are unable to sit in one of our classrooms! Read More...

Yes, It IS Rocket Science!
November 15, 2018
Dr. Christopher Petersen is bringing Rocket Science to ECE next fall and he welcomes anybody with a basic knowledge of dynamics to join his class. Read More...

Be very afraid
November 1, 2018
Over Halloween, the ECE department held its first collaborative event with the Fuse makerspace! Read More...

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...

Change Comes to ECE Faculty/Staff
September 14, 2018
Fall is in the air along with the changing colors, we've seen a couple members of the ECE family leave UNM: Professor Majeet Hayat has become the new chair at Marquette University and staff member, Oscar Sajka has gotten married and moved to Amsterdam! Read More...

Calhoun Co-Authors Nature Communications Paper
September 1, 2018
For decades, research has produced vast amounts of data on how the brain works – how we think, how we learn, what happens when the brain is injured – and it is moving toward diagnosing mental illnesses that affect millions, like depression or schizophrenia. Read More...

Swarming Robots Excite Freshmen
August 20, 2018
ECE Professor Rafael Fierro and his team of instructors led a "Swarm & Aerial Robotics: Learn to Command Swarms" event on Fri, Aug. 3 for undergraduate students and incoming freshmen. Read More...