Fighting for breast cancer patients
Prof. Tom O’Sullivan and his team have developed game-changing new technology to safely monitor changes in tumors.
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First-year electrical engineering students learned the fundamentals of electronic design by fabricating their own …
The U.S. Department of Commerce and its Economic Development Administration (EDA) on Monday recognized two University …
Tackling wireless gridlock: electrical engineer and her students seek to improve spectrum sharing with better data
Every day, more networked devices — tablets, security cameras, smart watches — join an already congested wireless …
John J. Uhran, Jr., professor emeritus and founding member of Notre Dame’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering
John J. Uhran, Jr., senior associate dean emeritus and professor emeritus of computer science and engineering and …
IrishSat’s payload guidance and recovery system, Iris, was one of two undergraduate projects selected by NASA for a …
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Make great things at nanoscale
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.