We all know engineers love their tech tools, so get ready to nerd out. Hear Hasnain Ahmad, an electrical and computer engineering Ph.D. candidate, take us on a tour of our Nanomaterials Core Characterization Facility. With its state-of-the-art tools, Ahmad is getting the assistance he needs to design his own experiments in which he’s testing ways to improve current memory and logic devices
Ayan Kumar Biswas, an electrical and computer engineering Ph.D. candidate, enjoys the freedom to invent and explore in his lab work. He takes his passion for physics and engineering to test ideas and theories that he hopes will become the foundation for exciting future technologies.
You don’t have to wait to be an upperclassman to get involved in research projects. See how Kathryn Hutchins Duda, an electrical and computer engineering student, is already making an impact in our Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Lab.
Take a step into our Microelectronic Materials and Devices lab with Morteza Monavarian, a Ph.D. candidate within our Electrical and Computer Engineering department—there’s a lot for you makers and tinkerers to see. Are you thirsty to enhance the energy efficiency and materials used in some of are favorite technologies like tablets and televisions and solar and imaging devices?
Do you have a knack for math and physics? Maybe a deep love for problem solving? If so, you’ve got a lot in common with Seonyeong Park, an Electrical & Computer Engineering Ph.D. student. Listen to how she’s applying all her passions in a rapidly growing field to enhance medical imaging for radiation therapy.