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Tiny Antennas Show Promise in Defense Sector
Professor Magda El-Shenawee has published a paper suggesting terahertz antennas could have their signals strengthened for use in transmitting information.
Women in Engineering Luncheon Today to Feature Army Researcher
Lauren Boteler, who leads the thermal and packaging research programs as part of the Advanced Power Packaging group at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, will speak at noon.
Zhao Receives $3.4 Million Award to Develop Solar Inverter
Research may lead to a cost-effective commercial device capable of integrating solar energy with the nation’s power grid.
Mantooth and Team Featured for Radio Chip Work
The U of A team collaborated with a team at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology to design an electronic component that could withstand temperatures of 500 degrees Celsius.
Researchers, Business Leaders Gather for GRAPES Update
The group gathered for Spring 2018 Industrial Advisory Board Meeting, which is designed to bring together researchers and companies to focus power electronics innovation on the world's power grid.
Electrical Engineering Projects Bring Students, Industry Leaders Together
Electrical engineering students partnered earlier this year with leading companies to complete capstone design projects that benefitted both the students and the businesses.
Banner Year for U of A Start Up Teams in Regional, National Competitions
Medical device company Lapovations became the winningest student startup in University of Arkansas history.
Four From U of A Chosen as NSF Graduate Research Fellows
Two current students and two recent graduates were selected for their work in science and engineering.
Quantum Dots Enable Faster, Easier Photon Detection, More Secure Data
A research team including U of A faculty has developed a method of detecting single photons using tiny semiconductors called quantum dots.
NSF Award Powers New Technology for Electric Vehicles
Yue Zhao will use the $500,000 award to support his research on silicon carbide high-power motor drives.