In April 2014, Jason Hevelone opened CopperMuse Distillery, a tasting room and distillery in Old Town Fort Collins. While distilling might not seem directly related to engineering, Hevelone explains that his education and work experience still play an active role.
The ECE department has teamed up with the IEEE to launch the Engineer in Residence program, an innovative new initiative that brings experienced professionals into the labs to work alongside students.
A senior design team is harnessing science to turn electrical signals from the brain into actions that improve quality of life for those who live with limb impairment.
Fueled by creativity and caffeine, ECE students stayed up all night to compete in the Dumpster Dive Challenge – a sixteen-hour competition that involves transforming old electronics (think VCRs) into engineering masterpieces.
In the lead-up to Super Bowl 50, Prof. Chandra and his team were a few miles from Levi’s Stadium and focused on matters higher in the sky. The radar team deployed a scanning X-band radar in the Bay Area as part of the NOAA El Nino Rapid Response field campaign.
ECE lecture series showcases a wide range of research topics and contemporary issues.
Exams highlight the work of students pursuing graduate degrees in ECE.
Noteworthy department and campus events for ECE constituents.