Tag: Electrical and Computer Engineering

ECE Student is Awarded 2017 Technology Fellowship

May 1, 2017

Laura Chicos, a second year ECE student, has been awarded a 2017 Technology Fellowship from the JHU Center for Educational Resources for her proposed work on  “Learning to build devices for the Internet of Things: A web-based approach,” by which she will develop hands-on coursework for students learning to design devices for the emerging “Internet […]

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ECE Professor, Jerry Prince, Awarded 2017 Diversity Recognition Award

April 28, 2017

Professor Jerry L. Prince has been selected by the Johns Hopkins Diversity Leadership Council to receive a 2017 Diversity Recognition Award.  The Diversity Recognition Award is given to a student, staff, or faculty member who has demonstrated efforts that  advance and celebrate diversity and inclusion at Hopkins. Professor Prince will be presented with the award by […]

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Kenan Award to ECE Professor to Develop Hands-on Course on the “Internet of Things”

April 28, 2017

ECE Associate Research Professor Brint Cooper has received a grant from the William R. Kenan, Jr. Fund to create a “hands-on” course focused on the “Internet of Things” (IoT), the much-discussed but not well-understood collection of Internet devices that offer functions such as home automation, wearables, municipal services, and emerging applications for energy control and […]

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High School Junior Works with ECE Professor on Autonomous Drone Project

April 7, 2017

Bebo Harraz, a Junior at Centennial High School, has been working with ECE assistant professor Dr. Emad Boctor in his MUSiiC lab. The two have been researching a way to create a drone that can conduct ultrasound scans autonomously, using its own camera and ultrasonic probe. With this research, the two hope to demonstrate the ability […]

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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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Dr. Bell Receives NIH Grant for Photoacoustic Imaging System

March 13, 2017

Electrical and Computer Engineering assistant professor Muyinatu Bell received an NIH R00 grant for her project entitled “Coherence-Based Photoacoustic Image Guidance of Transsphenoidal Surgeries”. This work is motivated by the clinical challenges surrounding the removal of pituitary tumors using the minimally invasive endonasal transsphenoidal approach, which incurs the deadly risk of causing injury to the internal carotid arteries. The project proposes to […]

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Professor Jin Kang publishes article on accurately measuring tissue temperature during laser therapy

February 24, 2017

Professor Kang‘s article, titled Feasibility study: protein denaturation and coagulation monitoring with speckle variance optical coherence tomography, was recently published in the Journal of Biomedical Optics. In the article, Professor Kang posits his research on how to precisely measure the effect and temperature of tissue during laser therapy, with an emphasis on laser eye surgery. “We are […]

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