With each month that passes, we read more and more about the contributions of electrical and computer engineering research and innovation. Because of ECE’s increasing role in so many of our industries today, it only makes sense that universities around the country are doubling down on investing in state-of-the-art facilities and laboratories for increasing research and development for the future.
Researchers from Penn State, Stony Brook University and Carnegie Mellon University are developing an experiment with Microsoft engineers based on using infrared beams to improve data transmissions in large data centers.
Montana State University (MSU) received $400,000 in grants from NASA to fund two student-involved projects. The grants are part of a NASA program to encourage undergraduate students’ involvement in flight research.
Illinois Institute of Technology has announced a new interim Chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department. Jafar Saniie, an Armour College of Engineering Professor at Illinois Tech will replace former Chair Ashfaq Khokar.
Beginning Summer 2017, Wichita State University (WSU) will begin a new program inviting undergraduate students from around the country to work on novel research projects funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).