Funded by the National Science Foundation and led by Prof. Sudeep Pasricha, ECE researchers are developing a low-cost, high-fidelity communication system that could help miners stay safe and connected underground.
Prof. Jesse Wilson is developing a new microscope that can distinguish between benign and malignant pigmented skin lesions, without the need for biopsy. The potential breakthrough was featured on Denver's Channel 7.
After working day and night for years to make ends meet, Andy Osborn sought help to go back to school and make himself more marketable. Thanks to a collaboration of partners at United Way of Larimer County, Osborn is set to graduate with an electrical engineering degree in two years.
Exoskeletons are usually associated with animals like grasshoppers, crabs, or tortoises – not dogs. But a canine exoskeleton developed by an ECE senior design team represents a new direction for the rehabilitation of semi-paralyzed dogs.
ECE Prof. Branislav Notaros has been recognized as a CSU Distinguished Teaching Scholar, a designation reserved for faculty members who have records of performance ranking them among the most outstanding teachers and educators in their disciplines.
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