Prof. Keshab Parhi Receives IEEE CAS Mac Van Valkenburg Award

The IEEE Circuits and Systems Society has awarded ECE’s Prof. Keshab Parhi the Mac Van Valkenburg Award for pioneering contributions to VLSI digital signal processing architectures, design methodologies, and their applications to wired and wireless communications, and service to IEEE Circuits and Systems Society. The Mac Van Valkenburg Award honors individuals for outstanding technical contributions […]

In the Spotlight: Prof. Bethanie Stadler

In the summer of this year, ECE’s Prof. Bethanie Stadler will be making her way to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as part of a collaborative research project with King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). She is one of an international 4-person team which includes C-SPIN director and ECE faculty Prof. Jian-Ping Wang, […]

Prof. Mehmet Akçakaya Wins NSF CAREER Award for “Geometric Techniques for Big Data Medical Imaging”

Prof. Mehmet Akçakaya has been awarded the CAREER award by the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program. This is one of the most prestigious awards instituted by the NSF to recognize and support faculty early in their careers who show the potential to “serve as academic role models in research and education […]

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Prof. Rhonda Franklin Receives 2016-17 Tate Award

Prof. Rhonda Franklin has been awarded the 2016-17 John Tate Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising. She is one of four recipients named for this year’s award. Prof. Franklin has been a keen and dedicated participant in the University’s Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), and the NSF-sponsored Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. As ECE’s […]

Hamza Farooq in Nature’s Scientific Reports

Doctoral candidate Hamza Farooq from ECE, in collaboration with other researchers and faculty from CMRR and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, has shown that intricate brain tissue microstructure imaging can be obtained using diffusion MRI (dMRI) data. The paper titled “Microstructure Imaging of Crossing (MIX) White Matter Fibers from diffusion MRI” published in […]

In the Crystal (Ball): Future Perspectives and Applications of 2D Materials

In an international/multi-institutional undertaking, Prof. Tony Low from ECE and researchers from other institutions have conducted a study that highlights how manipulation of 2D materials could make our modern day devices faster, smaller, and better. The findings are published in the most recent edition of Nature Materials, a leading journal in materials science and engineering research. […]

Prof. Steven Koester Named IEEE Fellow

ECE faculty, Prof. Steven Koester has been named an IEEE Fellow effective January 2017. He is cited by the IEEE for “contributions to group-IV electronic and photonic devices.” Prof. Koester’s research focuses on novel electronic, photonic and sensing device concepts with an emphasis on graphene and other 2D materials. He has authored or co-authored over […]

Graduate Student Yao Zhang Finalist For Best Student Paper Award at 2016 IEEE Sensors Conference

Graduate student Yao Zhang, advised by ECE faculty Prof. Steve Koester and Chemistry faculty Prof. Phil Buhlmann was a finalist for the Best Student Paper Award at the 2016 IEEE Sensors Conference held in Orlando, Florida (Oct. 30 to Nov. 2). Yao’s poster “Glucose Sensing with Graphene Varactors” describes a new method of detecting glucose […]