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Collaborators Converge to Kick Off $7.5 Million Research Project
Collaborators from across the nation gathered at the U of A Oct. 18 to kick off a $7.5 million research project aimed at developing a new generation of infrared imaging devices.
Electrical Engineering Students Aim to Empower Youth Through Outreach Initiative
Members of Women in Electrical Engineering worked with students at Lakeside Junior High in Springdale to inspire them about the importance of electrical engineering.
Texas Instruments Gift Supports Electrical Engineering Lab
Electrical engineering students have access to the latest lab equipment and software thanks to a $70,000 gift from Texas Instruments.
Researchers to Partner on All-Electric Aircraft Project
Two electrical engineering professors — Alan Mantooth and Fang Luo — have joined a multi-institutional team of researchers on a NASA-funded project to develop an all-electric aircraft.
Luo's CAREER Award to Help Troubleshoot Advancing Electronics
Luo, an assistant professor of electrical engineering, has received a $296,804 Faculty Early Career Development Award for 2019, known as a CAREER award.
Research Funded by DoD to Improve Infrared Detectors Used for Night Vision
Researchers received $7.5 million from the U.S. Department of Defense to explore the use of a new material for this technology.
Engineering Faculty and Students Earn National Award
Assistant professor Fang Luo and his former and current students, Yingzhuo Chen and Zhao Yuan, placed second at the National Aerospace Electronics Conference.
$4.6 Million Award Creates Program to Train Cybersecurity Professionals
The program will address a shortage of highly skilled cybersecurity professionals and train students for careers in government agencies.
Researchers Pursue Radiation Resisting Tech for Electronics
Jeff Dix and Morgan Ware, assistant professors of electrical engineering, each received $40,000 for six months with a one-year option period for $160,000 to develop radiation-resistant electronic components.
Research Center Hosts Cybersecurity and Energy Leaders
Leaders in cybersecurity and energy delivery gathered in Fayetteville in June to discuss research related to protecting energy systems from attack.