The largest Arctic research expedition in history is underway. And Oguz
Demir, a Ph.D. student in electrical and computer engineering, has boots on
>Hundreds of researchers hailing from 19 countries will contribute to the
>Multidisciplinary... | LEARN MORE
The Ohio State University College of Engineering and Herbert Wertheim College
of Engineering at the University of Florida are collaborating to advance the
area of hardware-enabled cybersecurity by developing new analog and mixed
signal (AMS) domain... | LEARN MORE
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Two graduate students from The Ohio State University will get a front row
seat for the largest central Arctic science expedition in history.
As a mother, U.S. Coast... | LEARN MORE
The 2019 Kraus Memorial Graduate Student Poster Competition showcases annual
innovations and research by some of the best and brightest ECE graduate
students at The Ohio State University.
Two graduate students within ElectroScience Lab placed in the... | LEARN MORE
In a new tradition for the electrical and computer engineering (ECE) program
at The Ohio State University, each semester students help nominate faculty
who went above and beyond for their classrooms.
On Monday, ECE Chair Hesham El Gamal announced... | LEARN MORE
Big thanks to everybody who participated in the CERF meeting!
We had 34 posters presented by students and researchers in 4 sessions
throughout the day. The CERF affiliates voted on the posters. Congratulations
to the top 5 winners!
1st Place: Chris... | LEARN MORE
On Saturday, May 18th, Electroscience Lab researchers Chris Ball and Christa
McKelvey presented at WestFest , a free public event showcasing
sustainability and outreach at OSU and beyond. Held on Ohio State's West
Campus Quad, WestFest featured hands-on... | LEARN MORE
“They won’t spot us,” the hero jet pilot says calmly. “We’re going
under the radar.”
The aircraft nosedives toward the ocean below. The co-pilot grabs the
dashboard in fright.
Meanwhile, back at enemy headquarters, the blip of light... | LEARN MORE
Not quite satisfied with the opportunities for hands-on applications as a
physics student, Katrina Guido decided to follow her muse into graduate
school as an engineer at The Ohio State University.
Her goal now is to find ways to use her technical... | LEARN MORE
In recognition of excellence in teaching, research commitment and dedication
to collaboration across The Ohio State University and beyond, a professor in
electrical and computer engineering (ECE) won the Burn Lin and Sue Lin
Endowed ElectroScience... | LEARN MORE