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Dasarathy earns an NSF CAREER Award

Assistant Professor Gautam Dasarathy is rethinking traditional machine learning and information processing by developing interactive machine learning algorithms in a new project funded by a 2021 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program...

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Remote resilience in Africa

Remote resilience in Africa

Six Mastercard Foundation Scholarship recipients bound for Arizona quickly pivot to remote learning and help define Sun Devil resilience. 

Mapping the stars from space

Mapping the stars from space

NASA’s SPHEREx, featuring software developed by Sean Bryan and team, moves into the design phase.

A gem of an idea

A gem of an idea

Assistant Professor Chao Wang and his research team have developed a new platform utilizing sapphire-supported nanopore membranes for biomolecular sensing. 

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IEEE Fellows on the Faculty

12

Research Centers

$36, 316, 017Dollars in research expenditures FY ’19

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March 3 – Explore Careers at TSMC

March 3 – Explore Careers at TSMC

Please join us on Wednesday, March 3rd at 6:00pm MST to hear TSMC leaders speak about the company, their culture of innovation, social purpose, and also exciting new job opportunities at their newly-announced U.S. factory.

March 3 – Pathways Exploration Seminar – Physical electronics and photonics

March 3 – Pathways Exploration Seminar – Physical electronics and photonics

Physical Electronics and Photonics (formally Solid-State Electronics) deals with circuits and devices built from and contained within solid materials. Some examples are microchips, LED and LCD devices. The field covers topics including semiconductor devices and materials, characterization, photonic/photovoltaic devices, semiconductor processing/intelligent control, nanoelectronics, molecular electronics and transport and computational electronics.

The electrical engineering PhD program – Turning curiosity into expert engineers

Graduate courses and programs are offered in the following six areas of specialization:

  • Control systems
  • Electromagnetics, antennas and microwave circuits
  • Electronic and mixed-signal circuit design
  • Electric power and energy systems
  • Physical Electronics and Photonics
  • Signal processing and communications systems

Our research

Our research areas reflect the diversity of the electrical engineering profession and range from the very small (nano-scale electronic devices and their modeling), to the very large (the U.S. electric power grid and its control).

Our research

Our research areas reflect the diversity of the electrical engineering profession and range from the very small (nano-scale electronic devices and their modeling), to the very large (the U.S. electric power grid and its control).