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Best Paper Award Won at Cybersecurity Conference

NDEE graduate student Joseph Loof won an award for the Best Cyber R&D Paper at Resilience Week In his paper, Loof addresses the problem of frequency hopped signal classification in a propagation environment with multi-path. He explains his approach towards signal classification–using unconventional methods that, instead of seeing multi-path as a hinderance, leverage it to enable signal discrimination.

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Fay Featured on Cover of PSS (A)

NDEE Professor Patrick Fay was featured on the cover of the February journal issue of physica status solidi (a) - applications and materials science. The results published by Fay and his collaborators are among the latest discoveries in the industry.

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Designing Next-Generation Optical Antennas

Without antennas, the world would be a much different place. NDEE professor Anthony J. Hoffman is working toward leveraging these devices to control light instead of radio waves.

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Open-Source Application Creates Super-Resolution Images of Cell Development in Living Animals

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A new tool may allow researchers to see more of the physiological state of living organisms at the cellular level, according to a study by the University of Notre Dame, involving the research of NDEE professor Scott Howard and graduate student Yide Zhang

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ND Early Admits Toured the Wireless Institute

llestinsky • Date: February 26, 2019

Members of the Early Admit Class of 2023 were recently on campus to meet with current students and faculty. They also had the opportunity to tour the different research laboratories. Prospective Electrical Engineering students toured the Wireless Institute and met with NDEE Professors Hochwald, Laneman, and Chisum.

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