On the rise with IrishSat
The first high-altitude balloon launched by IrishSat, a student-run satellite development group, rose about 115,000 feet in the air — until the balloon burst and the payload drifted safely to the ground on a parachute.
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Patrick Fay, professor of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been awarded an endowed …
Harnessing the power of long wavelength light is key to the next generation of sensing and imaging devices for …
David Burghoff, assistant professor of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been named a 2022 …
Notre Dame’s new satellite club IrishSat launched this year’s high-altitude balloon, IRIS 2.0, into the cloudless, …
Ready for launch: New imaging device for breast cancer detection and monitoring goes from idea to prototype
When electrical engineering Ph.D. students Roy Stillwell and Vince Kitsmiller were writing mock grant proposals for …
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This teaching and research Clean Room in Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering features powerful, industry-grade tools for design and fabrication of integrated circuits and medical devices with nanometer-sized features.
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Fighting for the Dignity of Independence
Inspired by his dad’s ALS diagnosis, electrical engineering major John Sexton is working to better equip people confined to a powerchair.