Lifting some of the burdens from cancer treatment
“Smart” breast marker clips engineered by Prof. Thomas O’Sullivan and his team provide rapid data about disease progression and treatment efficacy—making possible personalized, more convenient and more effective treatment.
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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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Making the Modern World Possible: Wireless Communications and Sensing
Prof. Jonathan Chisum didn’t always know he wanted to be an electrical engineer, but he has always been interested in physical principles and mathematics.
“Then once I discovered that the people who harness those laws to do interesting things and solve problems — those are electrical engineers.”
“Then I started to realize, this is where the action is. This is where I want to be!”