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ECE graduate students and faculty win best paper award at the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2018)

June 13, 2018

At this year’s International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), ECE team of graduate students Martin Villemur (visiting student from Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina) and Tomas Figliolia working with professors Pedro Julian and Andreas G. Andreou won the 2018 Best Paper Award in the Neural Systems and Applications Technical Committee for their paper titled Neuromorphic Cellular Neural Network Processor for Intelligent Internet-of-Things. […]

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ECE Participates in Corporate Fun Run

June 11, 2018

Nine runners from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering took part in the 5K Corporate Fun Run, on the evening of Thursday, June 7th, at Homewood Field. The ECE team earned two awards. Brian Godsey won 3rd place male overall and Brian Godsey, Derek Allman, and Vasileios Papaioannou won 3rd place male team. The female […]

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Muyinatu Bell to participate in National Academy of Engineering’s US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium

May 22, 2018

Congratulations are in order for ECE assistant professor and PULSE Lab director Muyinatu Bell! Bell has been selected to be a part of the National Academy of Engineering’s US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium that will be taking place at Massachusettes Institute of Technology (MIT) this September.  The 2-1/2 day symposium will feature “100 outstanding early career […]

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Pizza’s Here!

May 16, 2018

  Engineers working on Amazon’s Prime Air system, which promises to deliver goods via drones, have some competition at the Whiting School. Hopkins Delivers is a team of eight undergraduate and graduate engineering students who are developing a system that can shuttle food—from the Bamboo Café’s donburi to tuna melts from Café Azafran—to hungry customers across the […]

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A New Focus for Solar Cells

May 16, 2018

Next-generation materials for solar cells are cheap, flexible, and transparent, attributes that give them potential for creating films to coat windows or buildings. Although these films are highly efficient at converting sunlight into electrical power at small scales in the lab, defects that accumulate at large scales prevent them from being used for practical power […]

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A New Way to See

May 16, 2018

  In May 2016, a driver was killed when a car, operating on autopilot, failed to slow when a tractor-trailer crossed into its lane. Further investigation looked into the role of the car’s camera: It may not have been able to detect the white truck against the backdrop of a bright sky. Looking for ways to alleviate […]

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