Dr. Shomaji with expertise in biometric authentication and biomedical applications joins the EECS department.
Professor Victor Frost is the recipient of the 2021 ASEE Midwest Section Conference first-place Best Paper Award.
Two KU EECS students claimed honors in the KU Math Prize Competition, held this spring by the KU Math Department. Colin Marett, a junior in mathematics and computer science, won the first-place award. EECS student Siddharth Dodia was the third-place winner.
A man who revolutionized the way the world views maps online and another who was a pioneer in computing on the KU campus are the first two recipients of the KU Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department’s new KU EECS Distinguished Service (KEDS) Award.
LAWRENCE — Two EECS students have received international recognition for their research on radar systems.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Program has been validated by NSA National CAE Program in 2022, as a new Program of Study in Cybersecurity under KU’s CAE-CD designation.
Five new faculty with expertise in computer architecture, hardware security, RF signals, high-performance computing, and data mining join the EECS department.
February 2022. The Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science in the University of Kansas School of Engineering is launching a new award to recognize distinguished alumni and dedicated associates of the department.
Three EECS faculty were recently awarded the prestigious NSF CAREER award.
On January 27, 2022, Jungwoo Ryoo (Ph.D., Computer Science, 2005), was appointed the Chancellor of the Penn State University, DuBois. On July 1, 2021, David Janzen (Ph.D., Computer Science, 2006) started his appointment as the President of Tabor College.