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EECS's Eta Kappa Nu has received an Outstanding Chapter Award for the 2013-2014.

KU’s Gamma Iota chapter of Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN) has received an HKN Outstanding Chapter Award for the 2013-2014 school year.  HKN is an invitation-only honor society for Electrical and Computer Engineers in their junior and senior years.

EECS researchers on drone radars and on the cutting edge of creating an anti-collision system for commercial drones

This article was originally posted at University Daily Kansan by Travis Diesing | @travis_diesing

Brian McClendon to speak to ACM/IEEE students, Friday, January 30th

Google Vice President and KU Alum Brian McClendon is coming to speak to the ACM/IEEE student organizations on Friday, January 30th, from 4pm-5:30pm in Learned 2112. He will discuss the life cycle of cloud based services followed by a Q&A. Refreshments will be provided. 

Researchers to design smartphone app that gauges Ebola risk

This article was originally posted on KU News  

EECS Team Wins Regional Competition

Students from the University of Kansas School of Engineering earned first place in a cyber defense competition. The KU team, the “JayHackers,” won the inaugural computer security competition at the Central Area Networking and Security Workshop, hosted by KU in late October.

KU, Garmin Leaders Dedicate Min Kao Engineering Design Studios

Innovation and creativity have found a new home at the University of Kansas Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

High School Summer Camp Puts Spotlight on Electrical Engineering

High school students have a summertime opportunity to learn more about Electrical Engineering. During the summer of 2014, EECS participated in the KU School of Engineering annual Engineering Summer Camp – Project Discovery for students entering ninth through 12th grades.

EECS Faculty Study Cloud Security

LAWRENCE — University of Kansas researchers have received a multimillion-dollar Department of Defense grant designed to build user trust and confidence in the security of cloud computing and to develop techniques that ensure projects run as predicted, without interference.


Jayhawk Motorsports is looking for students to help design and build electrical systems on our electric race car.  The team currently designs and manufactures two cars every year: One combustion car and one electric car.

Dr. Frost new Chairperson


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