ECEE news archive
The Young Investigator Award enables Assistant Professor Saeed Zeinolabedinzadeh to expand research to develop next-generation wireless technologies.
Four highly accomplished and motivated ECEE women have earned scholarships from the Society of Women Engineers.
Joseph and Sandra Palais inspire the next generation of engineers and educators with their philanthropy.
Ivan Sanchez Esqueda’s research on disruptive nanoelectronic computing technology has earned him an Intel Rising Star Award.
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In recognition of her accolades in the areas of service, teaching and research, Professor Chaitali Chakrabarti is this year’s Joseph C. Palais Distinguished Faculty Scholar Award recipient.
An ECEE research team, prompted by student Brad Wallace’s curiosity, is closer to understanding the physics behind natural processes.
Regents Professor Vijay Vittal talks about the 800-pound gorilla in the room, the future of electrical energy infrastructure.
Imani’s imaging research could help perform building inspections, search and rescue operations, airport security screening and even home DIY applications.
The ASU-ACCEL project co-led by ECEE’s Jennifer Blain Christen encourages engineering students to develop and modify #AssistiveTechnology for their community.