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Muyinatu Bell to present Hot Topic talk at SPIE Photonics West 2020 Conference

January 31, 2020

Muyinatu Bell, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering who is also the principal investigator of the Photoacoustic & Ultrasonic Systems Engineering Lab (PULSE Lab), will deliver a Hot Topic talk at the SPIE Photonics West 2020 Conference, which is set to take place from February 1-6 in San Francisco. The […]

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Alexander Kaplan remembered as passionate scientist and excellent educator

January 16, 2020

Alexander Kaplan, who served as a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering for almost three decades, died on Dec. 31 in Boca Raton, Florida at the age of 81. His former coworkers and students remember Kaplan as being a passionate scientist who was also a good teacher. “It didn’t matter which course […]

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New ultra-miniaturized microendoscope produces higher-quality images at a fraction of size

December 6, 2019

Johns Hopkins engineers have created a new lens-free, ultra-miniaturized endoscope—the width of only a few human hairs—that is capable of producing high-quality images. Their findings were published today in Science Advances. “Usually, you have to sacrifice either size or image quality. We’ve been able to achieve both with our microendoscope,” says Mark Foster, an associate professor of […]

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ECE colleagues fondly remember Harvey Palmer

October 21, 2019

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty member Harvey Palmer’s teaching career didn’t end when he retired from Johns Hopkins University in 1989. An optical engineer with a specialty in precision acoustic signal measurement and assessment using lasers, Palmer began to miss teaching almost as soon as he settled into a retirement community in Sykesville, […]

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ECE assistant professors Muyinatu Bell and Enrique Mallada participate in Explore Hopkins Program

October 14, 2019

When Darlene Saporu became the assistant dean for diversity and inclusion at Johns Hopkins University in 2016, she quickly began to devise strategies to attract more graduate students from underrepresented minority groups to the university. “We needed a signature recruitment event that showcased Johns Hopkins as a viable graduate school destination for students from those backgrounds,” Saporu […]

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