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Liu Quoted in IEEE Spectrum

Published on September 26th, 2013 by Michelle Ward

EECS Assistant Professor Lingjia Liu was quoted in the article “Korean Telecos Advance Toward LTE-Advanced” in IEEE Spectrum. Read more...


Huan Leads NSF Grant to Boost KU’s Life Sciences Computing Power

Published on September 20th, 2013 by Michelle Ward

A three-year, $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will provide a boost to computational life science research at the University of Kansas and KU Medical Center. Read more...


KU Researcher Receives NSF Grant to Develop Tools to Build Better Software

Published on September 14th, 2011 by Michelle Ward

Andy Gill, an assistant professor in electrical engineering and computer science (EECS), recently received a $500,000 National Science Foundation grant to streamline tools for the development of high assurance computer systems. The innovative support tools will provide greater transparency and scrutiny when building critical components for large complex systems, dramatically reducing the all-too-common bugs and glitches that occur in current software. Read more...


KU Radar Revolutionizes Study of Melt Water under Glaciers

Published on March 17th, 2011 by Michelle Ward

The startling findings, to be published in Science magazine, show that water underneath Antarctic ice sheets changes the basic structure of a glacier all the way up to the surface of the ice. Read more...


KU's excellence in radar research cited in selection to host distinguished conference

Published on March 8th, 2011 by Michelle Ward

EECS professors are organizing the 2011 IEEE Radar Conference, which will be held for the first time in Kansas City. Read more...


CReSIS Radar Provides 3D Images Through Miles of Ice

Published on January 20th, 2010 by Michelle Ward

A new radar system provides fine-resolution images of bedrock hidden beneath ice sheets over a wide geographic region, as well as the thickness of the ice. Understanding the earth below the ice sheets is essential to better predicting the role of ice sheets in global climate change and sea level rise. Read more...


Unmanned CReSIS Craft Passes Flight Test

Published on September 7th, 2009 by Michelle Ward

An innovative unmanned aircraft conceived and built at the University of Kansas recently passed its first flight test, a crucial step on a path to help scientists gather better data at slower speeds and lower altitudes over treacherous icy terrain. Read more...