The ElectroScience Laboratory

  • Kiourti wins URSI Young Scientist Award

    For her groundbreaking work in implantable and wearable electromagnetic technologies at The Ohio State University, an assistant professor recently earned international recognition.   Asimina Kiourti, electrical and computer engineering (ECE), received... | LEARN MORE
  • Sahin wins IEEE AP-S Doctoral Research Grant

    A graduate student at The Ohio State University won grant funding to continue her research into electromagnetics and next-generation wireless communications. Research Associate Seckin Sahin , who works primarily out of the ElectroScience Laboratory (ESL) at... | LEARN MORE
  • Ohio State Research Satellite Blasts Into Space

    The Ohio State University has sent its first satellite into space. The CubeSat Radiometer Radio Frequency Interference Technology Validation mission, also known as CubeRRT, looks to improve the transmission of radio communication between Earth and... | LEARN MORE
  • The evolution from engineer to entrepreneur

    Qussai Marashdeh came to Ohio State in 2001 to pursue a graduate degree in electrical engineering. By 2006, he had completed his master’s and PhD. In 2009, he added a master’s in chemical engineering. He was far from finished in Columbus. In between... | LEARN MORE
  • Creating Inflections: Bill Chappell Lecture

    On May 17, Dr. William Chappell visited the ElectroScience Laboratory at The Ohio State University, sharing how the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) capitalizes on turning simple questions into future technologies. Chappell is director... | LEARN MORE
  • Ohio State Smart Fabric Research Featured by C|Net

    Smart fabric technology being pioneered at The Ohio State University was recently the focus of a new video on the future of fashion from C|net .  Bridget Carey, senior editor at C|net, explores how smart fabrics are posed to change how society views... | LEARN MORE
  • Alumnus explores next-generation "Tic-Tac-Toe" MRI technology

    An electrical and computer (ECE) alumnus from The Ohio State University is making waves in next-generation research in neurological diseases.  Tamer Ibrahim, associate professor of bioengineering in the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School... | LEARN MORE