Muyinatu Bell explains the elevator pitch at IEEE IUS

November 5, 2018

Assistant professor Muyinatu Bell organized the first Women in Engineering (WIE) Elevator Pitch Event at IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS) this year, which was held in Kobe, Japan, at the end of October. Nearly 80 women attended the event, which was sponsored by the Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control Society (UFFC-S). Bell shared personal tips on successfully […]

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Johns Hopkins Professor to Co-Chair International Circuits and Systems Symposium in Baltimore

May 23, 2017

Ralph Etienne-Cummings, professor and chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, this weekend will serve as co-chair of an international conference, the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems. The four-day conference is expected to draw as many as 1,200 circuits and systems research scientists, engineers, and industry partners to Baltimore over the […]

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Dr. Najim Dehak Honored with Major Speaking Engagements

February 6, 2017

Over the course of 2016, assistant professor Najim Dehak served as keynote and invited speaker at two major speech and language conferences. Dr. Dehak also served as the general co-chair to a major language and technology workshop. Serving as a keynote speaker at the Odyssey 2016 Speaker and Language Workshop, Dr. Dehak gave his keynote titled I-Vector Representation […]

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Professor Pablo Iglesias to be named an IEEE Fellow

November 23, 2016

 Professor Pablo A Iglesias has been named an IEEE Fellow, effective January 1, 2017, for his contributions to control theory and systems biology. The IEEE Fellow is awarded based on a person’s outstanding record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest. The IEEE professional association consists of over 400,000 members in 160 […]

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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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Kwabena Boahen ’89 Elected IEEE Fellow

January 7, 2016

Kwabena Boahen ’89, professor of bioengineering and electrical engineering at Stanford University, has been elected as an IEEE Fellow for his contributions to system design for neuromorphic chips

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