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EECS Students Sweep Senior-Level KU Math Prize Competition

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science students finished in the top three spots in the KU’s Mathematics Department 33rd annual Math Prize Competition in April 2015.

EECS Professor Erik Perrins has received the “Best Paper” award at the 2015 International Telemetering Conference

A paper co-authored by EECS Professor Erik Perrins has received the “Best Paper” award at the 2015 International Telemetering Conference (ITC’15), which was held in Las Vegas, Nevada in October, 2015.

EECS Alumnus Brian McClendon Inducted into the National Academy of Engineering

Distinguished EECS alumnus Brian McClendon will receive one of the engineering profession’s highest honors in a ceremony next month in Washington.

EECS Students Spend Summer at Defense Research Labs

Three KU EECS students participated in summer internships at defense research laboratories around the country. Ph.D.

Dr. Yang Yi Selected as a 2015 U.S. Air Force Summer Faculty Fellow

Yang Yi, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer scienc was selected as a U.S. Air Force Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (SFFP) Fellow to conduct advance circuit design research in collaboration with Air Force researchers in Rome, N.Y.

EECS Ph.D. Students Spend the Summer at Major Telecommunications and Semiconductor Companies

 EECS Ph.D. student,  Hao Chen, secured a highly competitive summer intern position in Samsung Research America – Dallas.

EECS continues to be designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Information Assurance (IA)/Cyber Defense (CD) by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

The University of Kansas EECS department recently received notification of its renewal as a National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Information Assurance (IA)/Cyber Defense (CD) by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

EECS Students Compete in the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.

In February 2015, the KU Information Security Club, took a team of 8 members, a.k.a. the JayHackers, to the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (RMCCDC) in Denver.

EECS Professor Elected Secretary of SIAM Computational Science and Engineering Activity Group

 EECS Professor Suzanne Shontz has been elected for a o

EECS researchers developing technologies to improve the performance of optical networks.

EECS researchers recently received support from the National Science Foundation to develop new technologies to improve Internet performance by increasing high spectral efficiency and robustness against signal quality corruption and which enables flexible spectrum and grid-less transmission in opt

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