Department of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems
Kaitlin Burnam is the recipient of a Full-Scholarship Cincinnatus Presidential Award! She is a National Merit Commended student who is majoring in computer engineering.
Adam Lennartz is the recipient of a 2013 International Society of Automation Education Foundation Scholarship in the amount of $5,000.00!
Ramesh Nair (EECS MS student with Ranga Vemuri) was selected to the Steering Committee of the 2013 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (Silicon Valley, Oct 20-23, 2013).
Ph.D. students Alex and Philip Shultz, and their advisor Jason Heikenfeld, have signed a UCRI agreement that brings a major industry initiative in desalination to UC: http://www.okeanostech.com/2013/06/okeanos-technologies-signs-sponsored-development-agreement-with-the-university-of-cincinnati/
K. Gunasekera, S. Chakraborty and S. Ravindren, students of Punit Boolchand, contributed 4 papers at the highly regarded American Physical Society meeting (March 2013, Baltimore).
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EECS IN THE NEWS
Congratulations to Dr. Marc Cahay for being recognized as a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
Tony Seta, Senior Grant Administrator for EECS won the 2013 Staff Award for Outstanding Performance & Excellence.
Dr. Jason Heikenfeld and partners received an NSF grant for a proposal that received the highest panel rating of 'Excellent."
Professor Matthieu Micoulaut of the Universite Pierre et Marie Curie has been awarded a William J. Fullbright Fellowship for a visiting in EECS. He will be working on "Topological models of glassy networks" with our Professor Boolchand. Dr. Micoulaut is a full time member of the faculty of Laboratoire de Physique Theorique de la Matiere Condensee at Universite Pierre et Marie Curie. Paris, France.
Arthur Helmicki and Victor Hunt have recently finished a research project for the City of Cincinnati to conduct truckload testing and evaluation of the Fort Washing Way bridge #29, which consists of three eastbound ramps leading to northbound I-71, eastbound US-50, and down to Pete Rose Way (just north of the Great American Ball Park). This project follows their past success with similar testing of other parts of Fort Washington Way over the past decade.
Jason Heikenfeld's startup company, Gamma Dynamics, is the recipient of the 2013 Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation Leadership Award. This prestigious recognition is based on an extensive and independent competitive analysis of the market for e-paper displays.
Jason Heikenfeld comments in a BBC story on liquid metal technology: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology/23255830
Anca Ralescu presented a paper on Hopfield Neural Network for the perception and recognition of odors, at IJCNN 2013, held in Dallas.