ECE Department Headlines

June 2009

6.11.09
Corban Prim, Ashley Wagner, Steven Varela, and Morgan McCormick. Photo credit: Angela Brockelsby. Featured Article Students Take Honors in Disney's ImagiNations Competition - Glendale, CA - From among the three university student finalist teams, the winners of the annual Walt Disney Imagineering ImagiNations [full story]

6.2.09
Dr. Ki Wook Kim, ECE Department, NC State University Trew, Kim Awarded for Thermal Energy Harvesting Research - Dr. Robert Trew and Dr. Ki Wook Kim have been awarded $320,000 by the Army Research Laboratory for research on Novel … [full story]

May 2009

5.27.09
Dr. Robert J. Trew, ECE Department, NC State University Trew Leading ECCS in NSF Directorate for Engineering - Robert J. Trew, the Alton and Mildred Lancaster Distinguished Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at North Carolina … [full story]

5.26.09
The Air Force Research Laboratory One Small Step for Wolf - At 7:55PM EDT on May 19, 2009 the NCSU Strutting Wolf rode into space aboard the TacSat-3 satellite after a successful liftoff … [full story]

5.20.09
The Centennial Science Center will have 72,000 sq. ft. of office and lab space Construction Begins on the Centennial Science Center - North Carolina State University officials have broken ground on the next building to be developed on its Centennial Campus. The Centennial … [full story]

5.11.09
Dr. Lazzi (right) pictured with Dean of Engineering Dr. Martin-Vega (center), photo provided by Nate DeGraff Dr. Gianluca Lazzi Awarded Engineering Research Award - Dr. Gianluca Lazzi was recently rewarded for his outstanding contributions in the field of electrical and computer engineering … [full story]

5.4.09
Students participating in NanoDays NanoDays 2009 - The seventh annual NanoDays, a statewide initiative designed to present the world of nanoscale science and nanotechnology to the public… [full story]

5.1.09
Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle Plug-In Hybrids Are Green but Expensive - The US is pushing the use of plug-in hybrid vehicles, which use less gasoline than other cars, but are much more expensive. The … [full story]

April 2009

4.24.09
Club members (from left) Jennifer Webster, Carrie Baughman, Baird Hendrix, Jason Hescheles and Brooks Stephenson take a break from building their new robot. Club Sub - A student club builds underwater robots - and the resumes of its members. Members of one NC State engineering student group spend … [full story]

Solar cells, smart sensors, and a binary clock were features on the bridge Student-built bridge stands tall at legislature - Engineering students at North Carolina State University who designed and built a fully functional temporary pedestrian bridge outside … [full story]

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