Zhiwen Liu, professor of electrical engineering, and Perry Edwards, who earned his doctoral degree in electrical engineering at Penn State are feature in a Penn State news article here. http://news.psu.edu/story/331555/2014/10/23/duos-medical-sensing-technology-puts-them-finals-25m-challenge The pair formed Atoptix LLC which has been selected as a finalist in the $2.25 million Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE. As part of the final round competition, there is a crowd voting which accounts 10% of the final score. Please vote for our colleagues here by Oct. 30: https://www.nokiasensingxchallengevoting.org/base/nokiasensingxchalleng?region_id=us-en&content_id=47&tab_id=3
Nominations Now Being Accepted! For our Early Career Recognition Alumni Award. This award was developed to recognize and honor outstanding Penn State electrical engineering alumni at the outset of their career. Nomination forms can be found here: http://www.ee.psu.edu/AlumniFriends/default.aspx
NEW! The Department of Electrical Engineering is offering a one-year M.S. program beginning in Fall 2015. A link to more specific information is located to the right. Application deadline is December 15!
Dr. Theresa Mayer, Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering, will assume the role of Associate Dean for Research and Innovation in the College of Engineering effective October 15, 2014. Read comments from Dean Elnashi about Mayer's appointment here.
EE graduate student, Wei Xu, received an honorable mention in a student paper competition at the 31st General Assembly and Scientific Symposium of International Union of Radio Science that was held in Beijing, China in August. The paper is titled "Optical emissions associated with terrestrial gamma-ray flashes." Xu is working on his Ph.D. degree in Prof. Victor Pasko's research group.
Viveck Cadambe, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, and his research team received a best paper award at the IEEE International Symposium on Network Computing and Applications in August. The paper is titled “A Coded Shared Atomic Memory Algorithm for Message Passing Architectures.”
Dr. Jianqi Qin, postdoctoral fellow in electrical engineering, has been awarded 2014 Scarf Award of American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Read more about Qin's paper and award here.