The latest news from our faculty, students and alumni.
Alex Mault emerges as a leader both inside and outside of the classroom.
All alumni, parents and friends of ECEE are welcome to attend the expo and check out the projects our seniors have been working on over the past two semesters.
Team Flatiron wins 1 of 10 Google grants to build a dramatically smaller power inverter.
Group building model of electric vehicle that can be wirelessly powered by a "recharging road."
EEWeb interviews ECEE Distinguished Professor Frank Barnes on his career and his advice for future engineers.
Professor Alan Mickelson talked to The Wall Street Journal recently about the steps he's taking to ensure success for the startup based on his cutting-edge optical communications research.
Two faculty members from the CU-Boulder Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering were recently named Fellows of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for 2015.
Group's spiral and other frequency independent antennas achieve previously unattainable performance.
Jelena Notaros earning honors for her new numerical technique to simulate advanced photonic devices on a silicon chip.
Chris Poulton moves on to MIT grad school with five conference publications, one journal submission and a speaking invitation under his belt.
Gopinath's group will be developing a new fiber-optic imaging instrument to study individual neurons deep in the brain
Senior spent her internship training clients on how to use equipment.
Geometric diode lays foundation for more efficient rectenna solar cells.
Saad Pervaiz presents work on LED driver at major industry conference.
Four researchers from the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder have received a two-year, $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to develop a new modular power conversion approach for electric vehicles.
Computer engineering Professor Eric Keller believes there is a fundamental disconnect that is keeping network administrators from being able to effectively fight attacks by hackers.
Won Park was hoping the result of the in vitro bladder cancer experiment using his nanoparticle technology wouldn't just leave him seeing red.
A group of University of Colorado Boulder students and alumni have put their entrepreneurial might into creating the area's first co-working space designed to connect students with the business community.
A pair of breakthroughs in the field of silicon photonics by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Micron Technology Inc. could allow for the trajectory of exponential improvement in microprocessors that began nearly half a century ago - known as Moore's Law - to continue well into the future