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EE in Malaria Research

EE in Malaria Research

NDEE junior Cara Ravasio is working with NDEE Professor Scott Howard to research how electric signals could disable disease-carrying mosquitos.

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EnginEEring starts with EE

EnginEEring starts with EE

Our society is exposed to and benefits from electrical engineering all day, every day. EE is all around us and is a good base for any student considering the engineering discipline to start with. Professor Bernstein saw an opportunity to teach students the basics of EE to help them fully understand the fundamentals of the electrical world around them.

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Meet Karla Gonzalez-Serrano

Meet Karla Gonzalez-Serrano

The month of March is Women's History Month. Throughout the month, NDEE is shining the spotlight on its women engineers.

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Meet Cara Ravasio

Meet Cara Ravasio

The month of March is Women's History Month. Throughout the month, NDEE is shining the spotlight on its women engineers.

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Meet Ola Salahaddin Alfahal Abdalsalam

Meet Ola Salahaddin Alfahal Abdalsalam

The month of March is Women's History Month. Throughout the month, NDEE is shining the spotlight on its women engineers.

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Meet Junchi Lu

Meet Junchi Lu

The month of March is Women's History Month. Throughout the month, NDEE is shining the spotlight on its women engineers.

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EE in Space Exploration: An Interview with Alumna Kathy Laurini

EE in Space Exploration: An Interview with Alumna Kathy Laurini

NDEE alumna Kathy Laurini shares about her 36-year career with NASA–starting the Human Research Program, balancing career and family and of course, why Notre Dame will always hold a special place in her memory and life.

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Training Next-Generation Engineers for Next-Generation Technologies

Training Next-Generation Engineers for Next-Generation Technologies

NDEE professor Anthony Hoffman’s Introduction to Quantum Computing course is training the next generation of engineers and scientists for the next generation of technologies

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ASCENT: One Year In

A look at the progress the ASCENT Center has made in it's first year.

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NDEE Student Earns IEEE Energy Scholarship

NDEE senior Stephen Jackson received an IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarship, selected because of his commitment to exploring the power and energy engineering field through both coursework and career experiences.

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Limitless Bounds: An Interview with Ding Nie, Marconi Society Young Scholar

Limitless Bounds: An Interview with Ding Nie, Marconi Society Young Scholar

NDEE alumni, Ding Nie was named a Marconi Society, Paul Baran Young Scholar. His radical theory work invites electrical engineers to move in an opposite direction of what has always been taught in terms of coupling. The result is limits that are literally boundless. In this personal interview, Ding shares more about the man behind the theory and his journey as an electrical engineer.

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Ding Nie Honored with 2018 Marconi Society Young Scholar Award

Apple engineer and NDEE PhD pushes the boundaries of wireless by making 70-Year old theorem applicable to current networks.

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Researching Abroad for Applications to be used in Quantum Computing

Researching Abroad for Applications to be used in Quantum Computing

NDEE graduate student, Thomas Zirkle traveled to France to conduct cryogenic research and use an active-interferometry technique to take cryogenic measurements, which until now, has not been used on single electron devices. The results may lead to applications used in quantum computing.

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Alumna Becomes First Female Dean through Perseverance and Servant Leadership

Alumna Becomes First Female Dean through Perseverance and Servant Leadership

NDEE Alumna, Ying Shang, becomes the first female dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Evansville.

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EE Welcomes Two New Faculty Members

EE welcomes Christopher Hinkle and David Burghoff to the faculty, fall 2018.

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Hochwald and Nie awarded IEEE AP-S Harold A. Wheeler Applications Prize Paper Award

EE professor Bert Hochwald and former graduate student, Ding Nie are the recipients of the 2018 IEEE AP-S Harold A. Wheeler Applications Prize Paper Award. Their prize-winning paper, “Bandwidth Analysis of Multiport Radio Frequency Systems—Part I”, is being recognized as the best applications paper published in IEEE Transactions on Antenna and Propagation Journal in 2017.

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Haenggi’s Fourth Book Release: Stochastic Geometry

5G is on the horizon. EE Frank M. Freimann professor Martin Haenggi has co-published his fourth book, which will prepare electrical engineering scholars for the movement.

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Ogunlowo winner of Anthony Ihedoha Anaebere, Senior Scholarship Award

Musodiq Ogunlowo, rising EE junior, has been selected as the recipient of the 2017-2018 Anthony Ihedoha Anaebere, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Award.

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Finding Free Space in a Crowded Spectrum

Finding Free Space in a Crowded Spectrum

When you’re tuned into a radio station, you are the receiver of signals from a frequency. The station number is actually a frequency in megahertz. Since the invention of radio, the use of these frequencies has boomed and rapidly. In our world today, these frequencies are bombarded by not just radio, but cell phones, wi-fi, the IoT, etc. The demand has greatly surpassed the supply. Double-domer and Department of Electrical Engineering graduate student Nikolaus Kleber is working to solve the problem of how to attain a greater supply.

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Thinking Outside the Box: Resonado

Thinking Outside the Box: Resonado

How would you like to have a speaker the size of an iPhone but with the power of Bose™? Department of Electrical Engineering (EE) junior Christian Femrite is member of a team that is working to make that happen.

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ChEErs

ChEErs

The student Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) chapter were named Club of the Year by the Club Coordination Council.

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