In a graduation ceremony that was partly out-of-this-world, the newest class of electrical and computer engineers celebrated their achievement in Reynolds Coliseum, joined by thousands in person and via video livestream.
On Friday December 7, 2018, NC State Seniors in Electrical and Computer Engineering revealed their projects at Engineering Design Day.
Take a look inside some of the projects that will be showcased at ECE Senior Design Day on December 7th.
The Future of ECE symposium was a day full of special guests discussing the future of electrical and computer engineering and the evolution of future groundbreaking technologies.
As the end of the semester approaches, students in NC State’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering capstone engineering course are feeling the heat. Students spend two semesters working on projects that aim for them to create, design and develop a real world solution to a proven problem. The students work in teams, sponsored by industry partners, starting with a problem statement, analyzing product requirements, evaluating solutions and defining a solution.
If you have ever wondered what qualities companies are looking for when hiring college students, you’re not the only one. Thankfully, a few companies were able to answer that for us.
More than 450 B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. recipients celebrated their graduation on May 12 at Reynolds Coliseum, joined there by more than 2,500 friends, relatives, and guests, and watched on live stream by over an additional 2,000 supporters.
PowerAmerica is sponsoring the establishment of North Carolina’s first STEM Scouts program at the Science House on Centennial Campus in conjunction with the Occoneechee Council, Boy Scouts of America.
University’s first African-American graduate and the first African-American to play on a Wolfpack athletic team, Irwin Holmes donated his tennis varsity letter sweater to the new NC State Athletics Walk of Fame and History in the renovated Reynolds Coliseum.
10 finalists in the Graduate School’s second annual 3 Minute Thesis competition will demonstrate who is most capable of describing their Ph.D. research in just three minutes and with only one slide. Ph.D. candidates who have completed their confirmation milestone, was narrowed to 10 finalists, including one from Electrical and Computer Engineering – Tanvir Arafat Khan.
A true success – on June 13-15, 2016, over 80 participants, 11 from outside the US, attended the 1st International Symposium on 3D Power Electronics Integration and Manufacturing (www.3D-PEIM.org) in Raleigh, North Carolina. The symposium offered 39 presentations in 11 sessions, and was led off by three tutorials that focused on “The World of Packaging Technologies and Critical Issues” taught by Professors Douglas Hopkins, Guo-Quan Lu, and Patrick McCluskey.
Soaring past the anticipated-favorite teams from Tennessee Tech and the University of Crete, a team of students from NC State’s Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering emerged the winner of the Spectrum-Sharing Radio Contest hosted at Virginia Tech.
Two NC State faculty members are among 13 locals selected to present at TEDxRaleigh 2016, an event designed to showcase the best and the brightest of Raleigh thinkers, tinkers and revolutionary visionaries.
Graduate School Webmaster Darren White organized a #GradPack team of students to collect video and share their graduate student experience during the race.