Electrical Engineering Department News

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March 2017
More efficient than conventional digital computers, they will be useful in embedded systems, such as neural implants or autonomous drones.
March 2017
Advanced computer technology could help doctors prepare for operations and detect early cancer recurrences.
March 2017
Work being done in the Pop Lab shows that molybdenum disulfide makes for superlative single transistors
March 2017
Atomically thin materials would enable electronic devices to be transparent and flexible, which is not possible with silicon.
Lisa Sickorez receives 2016 SoE Leadership Award
March 2017
Recognized for her outstanding mentoring and management contributions.
March 2017
Their winning poster is titled “Reduction of hysteresis in MoS2 transistors using pulsed voltage measurements"
March 2017
Engineers and neurosurgeons worked together to develop an experimental technology that could one day allow people with paralysis to affect the world around them using only their minds.
March 2017
Titled “GDOT: A Graphene-Based Nanofunction for Dot-Product Computation”
March 2017
Congratulations to Jennifer, a professor of EE and CS; distinguished researcher and innovator in engineering education.
February 2017
In recognition of his contributions to machine learning and its theoretical underpinnings.

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