Tag: Alumni

ECE alum wins IEEE GRSS Highest Impact Paper Award

April 13, 2018

Yi Chen, who received her PhD in electrical and computer engineering in 2012, has been honored with the IEEE GRSS Highest Impact Paper Award for her article titled Hyperspectral Image Classification via Kernel Sparse Representation. Chen was the lead author on the paper and collaborated with ECE professor Trac Tran and West Virginia University professor Nasser M Nasrabadi. The […]

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ECE Alum Alyssa Apsel named director for ECE at Cornell University

January 11, 2018

Alyssa Apsel has been named the next director of Cornell University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department. The five-year appointment will start on July 1, 2018. Apsel joined the faculty in the ECE department at Cornell University in 2002. Read more about her appointment on Cornell Engineering.

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Q&A: Dewane Daley

December 20, 2017

Dewane Daley received his master’s degree in electrical engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 1994. He remembers his time at Johns Hopkins fondly and is thankful for the support he received. Today, Dewane is especially pleased to see the increased diversity amongst the faculty and student body. He believes it has made the university even […]

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ECE alum appointed as the associate chair for Faculty Development in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

December 12, 2017

Douglas M. Blough earned his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering. and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University in 1984, 1986, and 1988, respectively. Blough’s appointment will begin on January 1, 2018 and he is succeeded Ayanna Howard. “I’m honored to serve ECE in my new role, and I look forward to […]

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ECE alum named one of Austin’s Best CEOs

October 13, 2017

Tyson Tuttle joined Silicon Laboratories in 1997. He has gone on to serve as the company’s President and CEO. Recently, he was named to Austin Business Journal’s Best CEOs 2017 list. Tyson has over 25 years of experience with semiconductors with industry leaders like Broadcom and Cirrus Logic/Crystal Semiconductor. He also holds 70 patents in RF […]

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ECE Alum helps develop new radio technology at Cornell University

March 21, 2017

Researchers at Cornell University have developed a new radio on a chip that would allow for cheaper, easier to use wireless systems. The new technology would allow for the signal to be adjusted as needed, thus enabling users to more easily adapt their cell phones when traveling abroad. With many countries configuring their frequency bands […]

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Viktor Gruev, ECE alum, breaks ground in cancer detection

November 22, 2016

Viktor Gruev, associate professor of electrical engineering at the University of Illinois, and his team, comprised of researchers from Australia,England, and the University of Maryland, have developed a camera that can detect cancer cells by using polarized light.  Cancer cells, unlike healthy cells, react differently when viewed through polarized light, however the difference is not noticeable […]

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Baltimore’s start-up community gives boost to Sonavex

November 1, 2016

ECE Prof. Jerry Prince and former engineering graduate student David Narrow’s Sonavex, a company that has created an ultrasound solution that detects post-operative blood clots, have benefited from Baltimore’s supportive start-up community. Read more on CNBC

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