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Valerie Rennoll receives IEEE DEIS fellowship

January 6, 2020

Two years ago, Valerie Rennoll applied for a fellowship through IEEE’s Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation Society (DEIS), but was rejected. Rennoll, a PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering who is a member of professor Jim West’s lab, planned to apply for the fellowship again once she had more experience, which she […]

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Design of Biomedical Instruments and Systems course gives students the entrepreneurial experience to succeed outside of classroom

December 30, 2019

The room has a long conference table, with a panel of three local Baltimore-based investors sitting at one end, a projector and screen in front of them. Occupying the table’s other seats are representatives from startup companies that have prepared 10-minute pitches for the investors, hoping to receive good news about their products. The scene […]

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Attending national SHPE convention an eye-opening experience for Elizabeth Aguirre

December 13, 2019

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) hosts an annual convention for undergraduates that is the country’s largest gathering of Hispanic STEM students and professionals. The goal of the convention is to offer a unique opportunity to engage, support, educate and advance the careers of Hispanic students and professionals. The convention, which was held in […]

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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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LINDT Update: Team Sepsis Detection reaches milestone two, and the Electric Jays enjoy their first field test

November 21, 2019

Team Sepsis Detection, a group formed within associate research professor Charbel Rizk‘s Learning Innovation Design Team (LINDT) class, just completed its second milestone. The photo below shows the group demonstrating the various methods of collecting the vital signs on Dr. Jim Fackler, a collaborator and also the project sponsor. Once the group gets IRB approval, […]

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