No school has a monopoly on molding academic engineering’s C-suite, but some, like NC State, enjoy outsized influence, a new study reveals.
The ECE Graduate Student Association at NC State hosted their annual research symposium on November 1, 2018. Five ECE graduate students from different specializations were selected for the impressive research.
The ECE Department welcomes Sara Concini into the new position of Director of Graduate Career Services, providing valuable guidance to our graduate student community as they prepare their futures.
Winning team of a plant scientist and two electrical engineers identifies new technology to detect biotic plant health stress
Electrical Engineering Ph.D. student Alireza Dayerizadeh was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. The NSF Fellowships are prestigious awards offered to students with outstanding academic achievements and who show promise for future innovations and inventions within their field.
Eli Buckner, a doctoral student in Electrical Engineering under Dr. Cranos Williams was recently granted placement in the Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship program.
On Friday, January 26th, 2018, the ECE Graduate Student Association at NC State held their Annual ECE Research Symposium. During the well-attended event, ECE students presented their research in the Atrium of Engineering Building II while receiving valuable feedback from their peers and a panel of judges.
Islam Sayed, a Ph.D. student studying under Dr. Salah Bedair received the Overall Grand Prize Award, granted at the North Carolina Triangle Student Research Competition.
Collaboration between researchers at Bedair Group, North Carolina State University and the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), shows the high potential of quantum wells in multi-junction solar cells.
Nan Xue, a student in Aranya Chakrobortty’s reseach group is the recipient of the second place prize in a student video contest organized by the IEEE Control Systems Society. The award consists of a certificate and $500, which will be presented at the IEEE CCTA conference in Hawaii.
Researchers from North Carolina State University’s Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering have developed an energy-efficient technique for accurately tracking a user’s physical activity based on data from wearable devices.
10 finalists in the Graduate School’s second annual 3 Minute Thesis competition will demonstrate who is most capable of describing their Ph.D. research in just three minutes and with only one slide. Ph.D. candidates who have completed their confirmation milestone, was narrowed to 10 finalists, including one from Electrical and Computer Engineering – Tanvir Arafat Khan.
Computer science and electrical engineering researchers have made an effort to improve service dogs’ signals to companions.
In a hallmark success for NC State, a record-breaking 31 students received Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation this year. Of those, an impressive ten engineering students, including Kristen Garcia, a graduate student in Electical Engineering, were honored as Fellows.
Engineering researchers led by Dr. Paul Franzon, have developed a suite of techniques that allow them to create passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags that are 25 percent smaller and less expensive.