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James West included in Washington Post’s 16 notable African American inventors and entrepreneurs

February 26, 2019

It’s Black History Month! Because of this, the Washington Post has been posting old articles about historical African American figures, including a list from 2017 titled “16 notable African American inventors and entrepreneurs.” James West, a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was named among those the Washington Post listed. West developed […]

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A graduate’s journey: Q&A with Aurik Sarker

May 22, 2018

Aurik Sarker will be graduating with a master’s degree in electrical engineering. He is originally from Anaheim, California. How did you get interested in electrical and computer engineering? What interests you the most about the field? I chose Electrical Engineering originally because of my experience on VEX and FRC robotics teams during high school, where […]

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Enrique Mallada to receive NSF CAREER Award

March 16, 2018

Mallada and his group aim to enable the integration of renewable energy sources into the existing power grid in an efficient and reliable manner through the development of a new generation of decentralized controllers, distributed algorithms, and market designs.

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Q&A: John Rattray

February 19, 2018

John Rattray is a PhD Candidate from Woodlawn, Maryland. He is majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. How did you get interested in electrical and computer engineering? What interests you the most about the field? I became interested in computer engineering predominantly as a result of my dad being a computer programmer and being really […]

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Q&A: Brandon Tran

February 2, 2018

Brandon Tran is a Junior(Class of 2019) from Providence, RI. He is majoring in Electrical Engineering and minoring in Computer-Integrated Surgery and Robotics.  How did you get interested in electrical and computer engineering? What interests you the most about the field? I’m a very indecisive person, so it wasn’t much of a surprise that I majored […]

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