3 June, 2021
On April 10, 2019, astronomers published a photograph of a black hole, giving humans their first ever peek at one of the universe’s most mysterious and fascinating phenomena. A worldwide team of researchers was involved in the project, but one important contributor was a postdoctoral fellow named Katie Bouman. Drawing… Read more >
9 May, 2021
Electrical engineering and computer engineering are two of the most wide-ranging career fields of the digital era, with job opportunities in a number of industries. Finance, health care and energy are just a few of the large-scale industries that hire engineers regularly. Even socially oriented fields like politics and education… Read more >
20 April, 2021
Electrical and computer engineers work at the forefront of technological innovation, contributing to the design, development, testing, and manufacturing processes for new generations of devices and equipment. As these professionals strive for innovation, their pursuits may overlap with the rapidly expanding applications for artificial intelligence. Recent progress in areas like… Read more >
8 April, 2021
Engineers can harness machine learning and artificial intelligence for effective, data-driven approaches to complex problems. For example, how can we monitor and protect endangered animals without resorting to highly disruptive techniques like capturing and tagging them? Researchers at Michigan State University’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering found an answer… Read more >
2 April, 2021
While technologies such as computer-aided design (CAD) benefit considerably from modern enhancements to software and engineering, the history of these developments spans more than 60 years. In 1957, Dr. Patrick Hanratty created the first numerical control system that would eventually become CAD software. Both CAD and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) have… Read more >
25 March, 2021
Research in electrical and computer engineering contributes to life-changing new technologies across countless disciplines and industries, like therapeutic ultrasound algorithms that could enable noninvasive disease treatments or a smartphone app that monitors blood pressure. Progress in other areas—such as robotics, autonomous vehicles, and communications networks—has the potential to revolutionize entire… Read more >
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