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Kory Hedman named director of PSERC

Kory Hedman, associate professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at Arizona State University, has been named the new director of the Power Systems Engineering Research Center (PSERC). Hedman will replace ASU Regents Professor Vijay Vittal,...

Retirement – No longer the final frontier

Retirees are the envy of the workforce, spending their “golden years” filled with leisurely activities like golfing, dining out and socializing with their peers. It’s what most of us picture when we think of retirement. But that lifestyle isn’t for everyone and...

Ozev and Ince win best paper

Congratulations to Sule Ozev and Mehmet Ince on winning the European Test Symposium (ETS) Best Paper Award for 2019. The paper entitled Digital Built-in Self-Test for Phased Locked Loops to Enable Fault Detection, was selected by the Best Paper Selection Committee...

Celebrating #INWED20

In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day, a panel of doctoral students share how they navigate their field of study, their influencers and give advice to the next generation. https://ecee.engineering.asu.edu/?p=38105&preview=1&_ppp=a5904f75c6

Kitchen earns NSF CAREER Award

Assistant Professor Jennifer Kitchen's work is intended to open doors to a future of low-cost, energy-efficient and high performing power electronics in all types of electronic devices.

Data-driven disease modeling could improve regional response

A multidisciplinary team of Arizona State University researchers with expertise in networked systems, time-series modeling, statistical modeling, machine learning and geospatial analysis received Rapid Response Research (RAPID) funding from the National Science...

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