ECE professors Ali Abur, Hanoch Lev-Ari, and former COE professor Alex Stankovic secured a $2.3M grant from the NSF and the Dept. of Energy to help develop the nation's next generation of electric power transmission grids.
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August 29, 2011
August 22, 2011
ECE Assistant Professor Kaushik Chowdhury and Associate Professor Stefano Basagni were awarded an $170K NSF Grant to develop a series of networks to monitor air pollution.
August 15, 2011
ECE Associate Professor, Hossein Mosallaei’s paper “Array of Planar Plasmonic Scatteres Functioning as Light Concentrator” is one of the top downloaded articles in July 2011 from the journal Optic Letters.
July 20, 2011
ECE and CCS Associate Professor Engin Kirda was awarded a $486K NSF grant to develop tools to automatically detect when a malicious bot is trying to connect to a computer host.
July 6, 2011
A group of capstone students, under the direction of ECE Professor Charles DiMarzio, developed a life-saving robot that searches a disaster stuck area for survivors by detecting where cell phones are.
June 21, 2011
Under the supervision of Associate Professor Masoud Salehi, a team of ECE capstone students, created a Structured Illumination Microscope that will be able to detect skin cancer much faster than today’s methods.
June 15, 2011
Robert Donahoe, EE‘85, combined his knowledge of engineering and intellectual property law to form Full Flight Technology, which improves an archers understanding of arrow speed, flight dynamics and bow performance.
June 14, 2011
ECE associate professor Purnima Ratilal, has received a $150K NSF grant to develop a system to detect the movements of marine animals in near-real-time to minimize the impact of man-made activities on their populations
June 13, 2011
Under the direction of Associate Professor Waleed Meleis, a team of ECE capstone students, created a Disability Assistant Robot With i (Eye) Navigation (DARWiN) that would allow a disabled people to interact with things around the house.
May 31, 2011
A team of ECE capstone students, supervised by Associate Professor Waleed Meleis and Assistant Professor Deniz Erdogmus, created a system to fly the simulated plane in FlightGear using a person’s brainwaves.