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EECS Researchers Address Problems in Computer-Simulation Technology

Professor Suzanne Shontz The computer simulations used to design, optimize, t

EECS Student Shaina Krumme Won Runner-Up Prize at the Annual MIT Hackathon for Best Use of Firebase

The team of Shaina Krumme (University of Kansas), Nihar Mauskar (UCSD), and Ajay Ramesh (Berkeley) successfully participated in the 2017 HackMIT, the annual MIT hackathon. Their project -SeQR Scanner and Generator- won runner-up for the prize sponsored by Google (Best Use of Firebase).

EECS students continue to receive Garmin Excellence Scholarships

In 2014 Dr. Min Kao, of Garmin International, Inc., made a $1 million gift through the Kao Family Foundation to support programs and scholarships at the University of Kansas School of Engineering. Half of the gift was used to create the Min H.

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

Perry Alexander The dimensions of broadband access reflect similar patterns of socia

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.

Smithhisler Selected for 2017 School of Engineering Staff Award

Leslee Smithhisler, undergraduate assistant in the EECS administrative office, was selected for the School of Engineering Staff Award by engineering dean Michael Branicky and associate deans for her significant contributions to EECS undergraduate programs.

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.

Two EECS Students Win Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates Award

Computer science major Rebekah Manweiler and computer engineering major Erick Oduniyi  received a year-long Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates award through Computing Research Association.

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.

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