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From soldier to student

In her time in the Electrical and Computer Engineering, Alyssia Hardy has juggled her role as student, member of NC State University’s cheerleading team, wife and active member of the Idaho Air National Guard.

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Pentair Partnership: Solving Complex Challenges

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.

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WRAL Tech Wire

“Until now, state-of-the-art diffraction gratings configured to steer visible light to large angles have had an angular acceptance range, or bandwidth, of about 20 degrees, meaning that the light source has to be directed into the grating within an arc of 20 degrees,” says Michael Escuti, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at NC State and corresponding author of a paper on the work. “We’ve developed a new grating that expands that window to 40 degrees, allowing light to enter the grating from a wider range of input angles.

June 5, 2018

WRAL Tech Wire

This week, North Carolina State University’s renewable energy research lab is celebrating the many inventions, publications and programs it has spearheaded since its start 10 years ago.

June 3, 2018

Science News

If clothing were packed with thermoelectric generators, body heat could be turned into electricity. Researchers at North Carolina State University in Raleigh work with a button-sized generator containing a grid of semiconductor rods sandwiched between two ceramic plates.

June 1, 2018

ABC 11

Raleigh ranks No. 1 for housing, quality of life in new Amazon HQ2 site study by research company ATTOM Data Solutions.

May 30, 2018

WRAL Tech Wire

Christina Hammock Koch and Andrew Morgan, both selected as astronauts in 2013, are scheduled for spaceflights next year. Koch, who grew up in Jacksonville, North Carolina, earned bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering and physics, and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from North Carolina State University. She has already had an adventurous career.

May 25, 2018

News & Observer

A new tie-in with IBM is helping N.C. State University get in on the ground floor of quantum computing by allowing professors and students access to a network of the new machines that IBM has set up at its research lab in New York.

May 14, 2018

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