Tag: Johns Hopkins University

ECE Participates in Corporate Fun Run

June 11, 2018

Nine runners from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering took part in the 5K Corporate Fun Run, on the evening of Thursday, June 7th, at Homewood Field. The ECE team earned two awards. Brian Godsey won 3rd place male overall and Brian Godsey, Derek Allman, and Vasileios Papaioannou won 3rd place male team. The female […]

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Pizza’s Here!

May 16, 2018

  Engineers working on Amazon’s Prime Air system, which promises to deliver goods via drones, have some competition at the Whiting School. Hopkins Delivers is a team of eight undergraduate and graduate engineering students who are developing a system that can shuttle food—from the Bamboo Café’s donburi to tuna melts from Café Azafran—to hungry customers across the […]

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PhD candidate Ebuka Arinze wins Diversity Recognition Award

May 2, 2018

 Ebuka Arinze has been selected by the Johns Hopkins Diversity Leadership Council (DLC) to receive a 2018 Diversity Recognition Award. Arinze, who is a PhD candidate in Dr. Susanna Thon‘s lab, will be presented the award on May 15, 2018, in the Glass Pavilion by Provost Sunil Kumar. The Diversity Recognition Awards seek to recognize outstanding contributions […]

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ECE students light up Light City Baltimore

April 20, 2018

On Wednesday, April 18th, JHU ECE PhD candidates, Kate Fischl and Ben Skerritt-Davis, accompanied a group of students from Baltimore’s Western High school to Baltimore’s Light City festival, all wearing Arduino-based light up necklaces. The students are participants in Kate and Ben’s after school workshop on wearable electronics. In the fall the students learned basic electronics […]

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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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Botong Qiu wins award to attend the 2018 GERA Energy Workshop

February 22, 2018

Botong Qiu, a PhD candidate studying under Professor Susanna Thon, has been awarded $500 in travel funds to attend the 2018 Topical Group on Energy Research and Applications (GERA) Workshop. This annual event takes place on the Sunday before the American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting. The theme for this year’s workshop is “The Future […]

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