Have you heard us talking about the RED (Revolutionizing Engineering Departments) grant from the National Science Foundation and wonder what it means? We created a new web site to share details of our new approach to teaching and learning.
ECE Assistant Prof. Mahdi Nikdast has received a five-year CAREER award from the National Science Foundation to lead research on a new class of technology that could serve as an essential building block for advancing our hyper-connected world.
Janaye Matthews, a senior biomedical engineering and electrical engineering student, was the overall winner for her project that spotlighted the widespread health disparities among racial groups in the U.S. amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 75 undergraduates participated in the virtual showcase called MURALS — Multicultural Undergraduate Research, Art, and Leadership.
Many ECE faculty and staff were honored at the College's virtual awards ceremony for their outstanding contributions and achievements. Our department was also recognized by CSU Ventures for innovation through new patents and research awards.
As a team member of the Mars 2020 mission that landed the Perseverance rover on February 18, 2021, ECE alumnus Robert Beauchamp (Ph.D. '16) is the test lead for the Terminal Descent Sensor. (Photo Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)
Prof. Steven Reising has received a $1.2 million grant to develop next-generation technologies for tiny, powerful weather satellites known as CubeSats -- an advancement that could transform weather forecasting.
Join us via Microsoft Teams for our first-ever online research series featuring the work of our graduate students and faculty. The series is hosted by the ECE Graduate Student Association.
ECE lecture series showcases a wide range of technical topics and contemporary issues. Attend our seminars to learn about research and industry trends in electrical and computer engineering.
Graduate exams highlight the work of students pursuing advanced degrees ECE.