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IrishSAT students prepping to release the inflated balloon

Following the sun: IrishSat launches IRIS 2.0 to collect solar data

Notre Dame’s new satellite club IrishSat launched this year's high-altitude balloon, IRIS 2.0, into the cloudless, blue sky above White Field near campus. The club, which was established last year, will use launch data to apply for membership in NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative (CSLI). CSLI …

Roy Stillwell working on Nearwave device

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 their biophotonics class, little did they realize that one of the ideas they were pitching would lead to a promising start-up. Their idea was to build a handheld medical imaging …

Vijay Gupta

Professor Gupta elected to the IEEE Fellows Class of 2022

Professor of Electrical Engineering Vijay Gupta is one of the newly elevated 2022 IEEE Fellows for his contributions to networked and cyber-physical systems. Prof. Gupta’s research interests are in the analysis and design of cyber-physical systems. Such systems are the next generation of …

Ken Sauer, Ryan Frost, and Elizabeth Mathy

Congrats to PES Scholars!

Electrical Engineering is proud to announce that two of our Senior undergraduate students have been selected as 2021-22 PES Scholar Recipients. Congratulations Elizabeth Mathy and Ryan Frost! The award goes to undergraduate students majoring in electrical engineering — high achievers with …

Researchers successfully build four-legged swarm robots

As a robotics engineer, Yasemin Ozkan-Aydin, assistant professor of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, gets her inspiration from biological systems, including ants, honeybees and birds. Researchers previously have developed aerial and underwater robots that mimic the …

Notre Dame student team wins NASA research award for drone scoop and grab technology

A team of Notre Dame undergraduate students has been selected to participate in the 2021 NASA University Student …

SpectrumX Telescope

Notre Dame to lead $25 million SpectrumX project; first NSF Spectrum Innovation Initiative Center

The explosion of wireless applications enabled by advanced radio technologies has placed access to a key natural …

Collage featuring Cao, Ghosh, and Ozkan-Aydin

Welcome! New faculty in the Department of Electrical Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering is very pleased to introduce three new members of the faculty. Ningyuan …

Sourav Dutta

Sourav Dutta appointed assistant research professor

Sourav Dutta was appointed assistant research professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering. His research …

Getting the big picture in incredible detail with frequency comb ptychoscopy

Reconstructing the entire spectrum of light from complex sources is vital for a number of applications — from …