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Jan 25, 2022

Creating a More Comfortable Fitness Tracker

ECE Associate Professor Canek Fuentes-Hernandez is creating a thin, flexible fitness tracker that doesn’t consume a lot of power.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jan 24, 2022

Do 5G Frequency Bands Interfere with Older Plane Altimeters?

William Lincoln Smith Professor Tommaso Melodia explains how new 5G network radio frequencies might interfere with older plane altimeters.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

person wearing KN95 mask

Jan 24, 2022

Checking to Determine if a Mask is Counterfeit

ECE Associate Professor Taskin Padir explains how to help determine if N95 and KN95 masks are counterfeit by checking for certain codes and expiration dates.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Jan 24, 2022

Fu Receives Acorn Innovation Fund Award

ECE/Khoury Professor Yun Raymond Fu received an Acorn Innovation Fund Award for his project “Pathfind: AI Driven Remote Motion Tracking by Light-Weight Deep Learning.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jan 18, 2022

Kaeli Selected as ACM Fellow

ECE Professor David Kaeli was selected as an Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Fellow for his contributions to computer architecture and compilers.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Ruobing Bai

Jan 18, 2022

Understanding the Mechanics of Mesoscale Photomechanical Coupling

MIE Assistant Professor Ruobing Bai was awarded a $340K NSF grant for “Mesoscale Photomechanical Coupling in Photoactive Liquid Crystal Elastomers.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jan 18, 2022

DiMarzio Selected as Fellow of SPIE

ECE Associate Professor Charles DiMarzio was selected by the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) as a Fellow for his significant scientific and technical contributions in the multidisciplinary fields of optics, photonics, and imaging.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jan 18, 2022

Tiwari Receives NSF CAREER Award for More Reliable Quantum Computing

ECE Assistant Professor Devesh Tiwari was awarded a $560K NSF CAREER grant for “Qurious: Methods for Making Erroneous Near-term Quantum Computers More Usable.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering