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EECE Professor Fengjun Li Co-Chairs Workshop to Address How To Combat Misinformation, Fake News

EECS Researchers Address Problems in Computer-Simulation Technology

Professor Suzanne ShontzThe computer simulations used to design, optimize, test

EECS Faculty to study Kansans' inequality of broadband access and cybersecurity issues

Perry AlexanderThe dimensions of broadband access reflect similar patterns of social in

EECS Ph.D. Student Receives Best Graduate Student Paper Award at the 2017 International Telemetering Conference

A paper written by EECS Ph.D. student Sumant Pathak received the “Best Graduate Student Paper” award at the 2017 International Telemetering Conference (ITC), which was held in October in Las Vegas.

EECS Hosts Second Annual GenCyber Summer Camp

Thirty K-12 educators from around the country participated in the second annual GenCyber summer camp, held July 31 to August 4 at Eaton Hall.

EECS Establishes Power Systems Laboratory

The EECS department’s growing capability in renewable energies and smart grid is significantly boosted by acquiring a smart grid emulator test bench system from Lucas-Nülle, complete with solar and wind generation emulation capabilities.

Electrical Engineering Ph.D. Student Paper Receives First Place at 2017 IEEE Radar Conference

EECS Ph.D. student Patrick McCormick received 1st place in the student paper contest at the 2017 IEEE Radar Conference in Seattle. This is the premier conference devoted to advancing radar technology. His paper was selected from 124 student papers submitted from around the world.

Kulkarni Named First Recipient of EECS Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Professorship

Prasad Kulkarni, associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Kansas School of Engineering, has been named the first-ever recipient of the Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Professorship.

EECS Professor Dr. Jim Miller Awarded Integrated Arts Research Initiative Faculty Research Fellowship

Jim Miller, associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science was awarded an Integrated Arts Research Initiative (IARI) faculty research fellowship for the spring 2017 semester.

KU EECS Alumnus Receives Honors

Luiz DaSilva received his BSEE, MSEE, and Ph.D, from KU in 1986, 1988 and 1998, respectively. DaSilva currently holds chair professorship of Telecommunications at Trinity College Dublin.

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