Bhaskar Sen Awarded IEM Fellowship

Doctoral candidate Bhaskar Sen is a recipient of the 2019-2020 IEM (Institute for Engineering in Medicine) fellowship. Bhaskar is motivated by interdisciplinary collaborative work and his research combines ideas from engineering and computing with psychiatry and neuroscience. In his doctoral dissertation, Bhaskar uses machine learning and signal processing- based techniques for diagnosing psychiatric disorders such […]

Project led by Prof. Sartori and Hari Cherupalli Awarded NSF’s Partnership for Innovation Grant

Prof. John Sartori is the recipient of a Partnerships for Innovation (PFI) award from the National Science Foundation. The award, effective July 2019 for the Technology Transfer track, will amount to $250,000 for a duration of two years through June 2021. The NSF’s PFI program supports researchers in science and engineering disciplines that are funded […]

Prof. Ned Mohan Honored with Regents Professorship

The University of Minnesota has honored Prof. Ned Mohan with the Regents Professorship. It is the highest honor the University bestows on its faculty and is in recognition of the recipient’s “exceptional contributions to the University through teaching, research, scholarship, or creative work, and contributions to the public good.” As a faculty member who specializes […]

Prof. Giannakis Ranked Among Top Researchers Worldwide in Computer Science and Electronics

Prof. Georgios Giannakis from ECE is ranked 17 worldwide (ranked 13 nationally) in the areas of computer science and electronics, and has an H-index of 140. The author of 450 journal articles and 750 refereed conference proceedings publications, he has over 70,000 citations. In addition, he has authored seven books and numerous book chapters. Prof. Giannakis has served […]

2019 IEEE PES Outstanding Young Engineer Award for Prof. Sairaj Dhople

Prof. Sairaj Dhople is a recipient of the 2019 IEEE Power and Energy Society’s Outstanding Young Engineer Award. The award recognizes his contributions to the “analysis and control of renewable generation and microgrids.” Sairaj’s primary research interests are modeling, analysis, and control of power electronics and power systems with a focus on renewable integration. He […]

Fighting Cancer Using Graphene-based Early Detection Techniques

Spotlight on Kriti Agarwal Meet Kriti Agarwal. Kriti is a doctoral candidate working on improving detection times and analysis of cancer-causing DNA mutations using big data and mathematical techniques. She is conducting her research under the guidance of ECE faculty Prof. Jeong-Hyun Cho. A recipient of two fellowships and several other honors recognizing her research, […]

2019 Innovation Award for Prof. Jian-Ping Wang

In recognition of his entrepreneurial spirit and his outstanding ability to bring to life and commercialize innovative new technologies, Prof. Jian-Ping Wang (Robert Hartmann Chair in Electrical Engineering) has been awarded the 2019 Innovation Award for Entrepreneurial Researcher. The award celebrates his research on the magnetic spin of electrons, and exploration of its usage for […]

Prof. Tony Low Receives McKnight Presidential Fellowship

Prof. Tony Low has been awarded the McKnight Presidential Fellowship for 2019-2020 through 2021-2022. The award recognizes his outstanding research into light-matter interactions in two-dimensional atomic crystals. Professor Tony Low has made significant contributions to the fundamental understanding of plasmonic and optoelectronic properties in the exciting class of atomically thin two-dimensional materials. His internationally recognized […]