NC State researchers have developed a new technology for steering light that allows for more light input and greater efficiency – a development that holds promise for creating more immersive augmented-reality display systems.
College’s nanofabrication and instrumentation facilities offer a range of resources.
Ten years ago, Pentair was looking to expand its autonomous underwater robot technology to the swimming pool market. The relationship quickly expanded to other areas of the company and across university disciplines. The company opened an innovation center on Centennial Campus in 2011 to further engagement, and the partnership with NC State continues to grow.
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.
Dr. Veena Misra, Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NC State University and the Director of the NSF ASSIST Nanosystems Center has been selected by the IEEE Sensors Council as a Distinguished Lecturer for 2018-2020.
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.
This past February students competed and showcased product breakthroughs at the FLEX conference in Monterey, California – Talha Agcayazi placed second in the poster competition.
NC State has once more gained ground in national rankings from both SR Education Group and U.S. News & World Report.
NC State’s 2017-2018 class of University Faculty Scholars including Dr. Huaiyu Dai, professor of electrical and computer engineering, represent early- and mid-career faculty dedicated to serving the university community and their respective fields through scholarship, research, and engagement.
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.
Two NC State ECE professors were honored with elevation to IEEE Fellow in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the field of electrical and computer engineering.
Two NC State ECE students part of team that wants to create a smarter dumpster that improves the efficiency of waste collection. These students are founders of Trashr, a sensor technology that optimizes waste collection efforts to save time and money while also improving sustainability.
The Milken Institute gives NC State high marks for helping to drive Raleigh’s fast-growing economy, noting the university’s role in research, innovation and economic development.
NC State is among the top 10 best values in public higher education for both in-state and out-of-state students, according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. The annual ranking measures both academic quality and affordability.
It was a ground-breaking vision, to be honest: a gift of land for a land-grant institution to build a unique research campus within sight of downtown Raleigh and NC State’s original campus. And it changed the size, scope and direction of the university forever.
Meet one of the Fall 2017 graduates, Oliver Walsh, who charted the course of his academic careers with the help of entrepreneurship at NC State.
Achieving promotion and tenure mark significant milestones for the faculty at NC State. 2017 marks the promotion of Drs. Gupta, Oralkan, White, and Lobaton.
As the end of the semester approaches, students in NC State’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering capstone engineering course are feeling the heat. Students spend two semesters working on projects that aim for them to create, design and develop a real world solution to a proven problem. The students work in teams, sponsored by industry partners, starting with a problem statement, analyzing product requirements, evaluating solutions and defining a solution.
Dr. Gregory T. Byrd, professor and Associate Department Head of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at NC State University was elected by the IEEE Computer Society as the 2018 First Vice President.
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.