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Electrical and Computer Engineering

WIMS and CUOS among 60 Years of Sensational Research by NSF

The WIMS has impacted health care, environmental monitoring, the national infrastructure while CUOS specializes in ultrafast lasers.|Short Read
Mini generator

Mini generators make energy from random ambient vibrations

The energy-harvesting devices are highly efficient at providing renewable electrical power from arbitrary, non-periodic vibrations.|Medium Read
Alfred O. Hero

Prof. Al Hero receives 2009 Signal Processing Magazine Best Paper Award

The paper addresses the importance of knowing where networks of sensors are located once they've been deployed.|Short Read
David Wentzloff

Prof. David Wentzloff awarded Young Faculty Award (YFA) by DARPA

Wentzloff is working to develop a wireless 3D interconnection fabric that can provide communication channels and crossbar routing.|Short Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Sensing Sensors: NSF funding new ways to monitor infrastructure for safety

The program aims to develop revolutionary wireless sensor node, optimized for infrastructure monitoring.|
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Ali Nazari receives Best Paper Award at ISIT 2009

Nazari's research is focused on an information theoretic approach to the problem of multi-terminal communications systems.|Short Read
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Smart bridges under development with new grant

The monitoring system will collect data from surface and penetrating sensors, then wirelessly relay the information to an inspector on site or miles away.|Medium Read
Kamal Sarabandi

Professor Kamal Sarabandi appointed the Rufus S. Teesdale Professor of Engineering

This professorship recognizes all the excellent work Sarabandi does on applied electromagnetics, in the classroom, and for the department. |Short Read