Kevin Tomsovic elected to the National Academy of Engineering. Learn more about the selection ›
As part of her role in a nationwide effort to democratize data access and high-performance computing (HPC), Jack Dongarra Professor […]
Power electronics faculty and students from the CURENT attended the IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Expo (ECCE).
Hairong Qi contributes her expertise in remote sensing and machine learning to improve the accuracy of a global imaging mission.
Professor Garrett Rose is part of an interdisciplinary team of researchers that was awarded a grant to study the gap between human brain processing efficiency and the limitations of current artificial intelligence models.
Associate Professor Himanshu Thapliyal was ranked in the top 30 among scientists throughout the world on a recently released database that provides standardized information on citations.
Daniel Costinett has received an early career achievement award from the IEEE for his devotion to power electronics research and education.
EECS faculty researchers look for a way to repurpose older, but still useful, EV batteries to bolster the power grid.
Assistant Professor Ahmedullah Aziz completed the year-long Research Development Academy, allowing him to develop his skillset and gain meaningful connections.
Professors Mingzhou Jin, Chien-fei Chen, and Kevin Tomsovic join colleagues from Japan in an interdisciplinary, collaborative effort to pursue clean technologies.
Assistant Professor Katie Schuman, an expert on neuromorphic computing, was recently featured on Science in Parallel, a podcast from the Krell Institute.