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Smithhisler Selected for 2017 School of Engineering Staff Award

Published on September 8th, 2017 by Victor Frost

Leslee Smithhisler, undergraduate assistant in the EECS administrative office, was selected for the School of Engineering Staff Award by engineering dean Michael Branicky and associate deans for her significant contributions to EECS undergraduate programs. Read more...

EECS Establishes Power Systems Laboratory

Published on September 8th, 2017 by Victor Frost

The EECS department’s growing capability in renewable energy and smart grid is significantly boosted by acquiring a smart grid emulator test bench system from Lucas-Nülle, complete with solar and wind generation emulation capabilities. Read more...

Two EECS Students Win Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates Award

Published on September 8th, 2017 by Victor Frost

Two EECS undergraduate students involved in an interdisciplinary research project studying early language learning in children won the Research Experience for Undergraduates award from the Computing Research Association. Read more...

EECS Hosts Second Annual GenCyber Summer Camp

Published on September 8th, 2017 by Victor Frost

Thirty K-12 educators from around the country participated in the 2nd annual GenCyber summer camp. These teachers learned about the fundamental concepts and key aspects of cyber security, with a special emphasis on the first principles of security. They also were introduced ways to improve teaching methods for delivering cyber security content in K-12 computer science curricula. This activity was supported by a grant from the National Security Agency. Read more...

Electrical Engineering Ph.D. Student Paper Receives First Place at 2017 IEEE Radar Conference

Published on September 8th, 2017 by Victor Frost

Electrical Engineering Ph.D. student Patrick McCormick received 1st place in the student paper contest at the premier conference devoted to advancing radar technology, 2017 IEEE Radar Conference. His paper was among 124 submitted from around the world. Read more...