Department of EECS Announces 2024 Promotions
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is proud to announce multiple promotions.
Researchers 3D print components for a portable mass spectrometer
Lightweight and inexpensive, miniaturized mass filters are a key step toward portable mass spectrometers that could identify unknown chemicals in remote settings.
Scientists 3D print self-heating microfluidic devices
The one-step fabrication process rapidly produces miniature chemical reactors that could be used to detect diseases or analyze substances.
Judy Hoyt, a pioneer in semiconductor research, is remembered.
Professor Judy Hoyt, a pioneer in semiconductor research, passed away on August 6, 2023.
New sensor mimics cell membrane functions
The device detects the same molecules that cell receptors do, and may enable routine early screening for cancers and other diseases.
Jelena Notaros receives 2023 NSF CAREER Award
The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization.
A new low-temperature growth and fabrication technology allows the integration of 2D materials directly onto a silicon circuit, which could lead to denser and more powerful chips.
A campus summit with the leader and his delegation centered around dialogue on biotechnology and innovation ecosystems, and featured presentations from Anantha Chandrakasan, Dina Katabi, Collin Stultz, and Songyee Yoon PhD ’00.
Ruonan Han named EECS Undergraduate Laboratory Officer
He succeeds Karl Berggren in the role, which involves long-term strategic planning and supervision duties for the EECS Department Teaching Laboratories (DTLs).
Palacios named Associate Director of new semiconductor research center; Jing Kong, Farnaz Niroui, Luqiao Liu, and Bilge Yildiz to act as PI’s.
The new research center will bring together researchers from nine different higher education institutions, with a focus on developing energy-efficient semiconductor materials and technologies.