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Midrul Mishra

Mridul Mishra receives Rackham Non-Traditional Fellowship

Mishra has strengthened his understanding of wireless communications through coursework and independent research.|Short Read
Prof. Liu with students

Prof. Mingyan Liu elected Fellow of the IEEE

Prof. Liu's research interests are vast, and she is also active in the professional community.|Short Read
Najafi receiving award

Khalil Najafi receives 2013 IEEE Sensors Technical Field Award

Prof. Najafi is a world-recognized leader in the field of integrated sensors, MEMS, and microsystems.|Medium Read
Prof. Wentzloff

Making the Internet of Things happen

Wentzloff aims to remove the necessity of a power outlet or even a battery to power miniature sensors.|Medium Read
Wireless device

Developing the wireless component for personalized health devices

The program aims to create wearable systems that monitor a person's environment and health in search of connections between pollutants and chronic diseases. |Short Read
Ceiling system

The Noisy Wolverines earn the right to compete for gold

The team of graduate students ranked 4th among 90 competing teams in the qualification round.|Short Read
Wireless sensor

Gyouho Kim awarded Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for research in ultra-low power optical interfaces for mm-scale wireless sensor nodes

"We designed an ultra-low power optical wake-up receiver with a novel front-end circuit and communication scheme suitable for miniature wireless sensor node applications."|Short Read
Prof. Wentzloff

David Wentzloff receives CAREER Award for research in energy-autonomous systems

His research addresses critical needs in the area of wireless communication for the growing field of ubiquitous, energy-autonomous sensing devices.|Short Read
mccullagh

James McCullagh receives Best Student Paper Award for research to keep bridges safe

McCullagh is working to develop energy harvesting devices and circuits to power wireless sensor nodes which can monitor bridge health.|Medium Read
seunghyun lee

Seunghyun Lee takes the gold for all-graphene flexible and transparent circuit

Lee believes that graphene will play a pivotal role in realizing high speed, mechanically compliant, and transparent electronic systems in the future.|Short Read
nathan roberts

Nathan Roberts earns Best Paper Award for research to assist in remote patient monitoring

Roberts is helping to develop low-power sensor nodes that will be worn on the body to detect certain medical conditions.|Short Read
Student working

UG Research Spotlight: Fred Buhler spends his summer improving circuit testing

The project involved designing new boards and writing test software, as well as writing software to control instruments and some integrated circuit design.|Short Read