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Penn State engineer developing device that may be able to test for COVID-19

4/1/2020

A point-of-care testing device to help diagnose the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is under development by Weihua Guan, assistant professor of electrical engineering in Penn State's College of Engineering.

Electrical engineering assistant professor selected as SPARC fellow

3/31/2020

Aida Ebrahimi, assistant professor of electrical engineering in the Penn State College of Engineering's School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, was recently awarded a Stimulating Partnerships among Researchers and Clinicians (SPARC) Clinical-Research Exchange Fellowship.

New scholarship to support students studying engineering and education

3/25/2020

Ronald A. Williams, Penn State electrical engineering alumnus, and Patricia Maurer Williams, Penn State education alumna, have agreed to fund the Dr. Ronald A., Patricia Maurer, and Thomas F. Williams Scholarship in memory of Ronald Williams' late brother, Thomas F. Williams, a 1970 Penn State mechanical engineering alumnus.

NASA selects Penn State student team to build technology for lunar missions

3/23/2020

Penn State students from the Student Space Programs Laboratory comprise one of eight university teams recently selected by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to develop new technology to study the surface of the moon.

Schreyer Honors scholar applies neural networks to better predict severe storms

3/2/2020

Kyle Bradley's introduction to research at Penn State came during the summer after his sophomore year, when he took a job at the Applied Research Lab.

Disrupting the sleep market was all in a day's work for alumnus JT Marino

2/21/2020

After graduating in 2012, College of Engineering alumnus John-Thomas "JT" Marino co-founded Tuft & Needle, a direct-to-consumer online mattress retailer.

Penn State tops NSF rankings for breadth of research expertise

2/19/2020

The breadth of Penn State's research expertise surpasses that of any university in the country, according to the latest National Science Foundation rankings of Higher Education Research and Development research expenditures by key fields and subfields, released in November 2019.

Introducing girls to engineering

2/17/2020

Building on the success of previous years, the Penn State School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) will host two week-long summer camps geared toward girls in middle and high school.

New class of materials shows strange electron properties

2/12/2020

A method to observe a new class of topological materials, called Weyl semimetals, was developed by researchers at Penn State, MIT, Tohoku University, Japan and the Indonesian Institute of Sciences.

What happened in Iowa? A conversation with a cybersecurity expert

2/12/2020

Because of Patrick McDaniel’s nationally recognized expertise in the area of cybersecurity, Sarah Small, communications strategist from the College of Engineering, sat down with him on Wednesday, Feb. 5, to better understand some of the technical flaws with the reporting app that delayed results for the Iowa caucus.

College of Engineering awards five Multidisciplinary Research Seed Grants

2/11/2020

The Penn State College of Engineering awarded the 2020 Multidisciplinary Research Seed Grants to five faculty research teams across the College of Engineering, the College of Medicine and the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences.

Penn State receives five-year $3.7 million grant to study virus evolution

2/10/2020

The evolution of viruses will be the focus of a five-year $3.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation's new program on convergence research, to an interdisciplinary team led by Penn State.

Researcher to discuss threats to machine learning and AI applications

2/7/2020

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are vulnerable to potentially dangerous hacks and manipulations, according to Patrick McDaniel, the William L. Weiss Professor of Information and Communications Technology in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

Electrical engineering assistant professor named 2020 Scialog Fellow

2/3/2020

Aida Ebrahimi, assistant professor of electrical engineering at Penn State, has been named a 2020 Scialog Fellow.

New method breaks the reciprocity of light propagation

1/16/2020

A novel method to prevent light from reflecting back in optical devices could allow advancements in several scientific fields, including optical communications, laser systems and electronics, according to a team of Penn State electrical engineers led by Xingjie Ni, assistant professor of electrical engineering.

Award fund established to honor late electrical engineering alumnus, professor

1/13/2020

The A. J. Ferraro Graduate Research Award in the Department of Electrical Engineering will become an endowed award, thanks to a gift from Carol M. Ferraro in honor of her late husband, Anthony J. Ferraro, an alumnus and professor emeritus at Penn State.

Blocking blackouts

1/10/2020

Electrical engineer Nilanjan Ray Chaudhuri, an expert on power grids, heads a Penn State team that won a $999,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to explore ways to prevent and deal with the "cascading failures" that lead to massive blackouts.

Seven engineering faculty members receive ROCKET Seed Grant to fund new research

1/7/2020

Seven Penn State College of Engineering faculty members were awarded the College of Engineering’s 2020 Research Opportunities for mid-Career Knowledge EnhancemenT (ROCKET) Seed Grant to fund exploration of new or existing research areas.

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