Richard Hodson, ECE Senior Web Developer, has been selected to receive a Campus Safety Award from NC State’s Environmental Health and Safety Department and Eastman Chemical Company.
An NC State professor is leading the development of more effective solar panels cells so that this renewable energy source can replace dwindling fossil fuels. At the same time, this work is establishing more accessible ways to do research in science, technology, engineering and mathematic fields.
The company that pioneered LED lighting now looks to improve the efficiency and performance of electric vehicles and other high-power applications. Meet the people building the world’s largest silicon carbide manufacturing facility in Chatham County.
Brian Floyd has received the honorific professorship title Alton and Mildred Lancaster Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
ECE researchers are helping to develop accessible public charging infrastructure for electric wheelchair users. Two years in the making, and the product is now ready for public use.
Congratulations to Veena Misra for earning the second honorific professorship title MC Dean Distinguished University Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering!
Two of our faculty members, Ömer Oralkan and Amay Bandodkar, have been awarded the Technical Achievement Award from the IEEE Sensors Council!
Ericsson and National Science Foundation’s AERPAW collaborate on 5G drone research to support smart agricultureSeptember 14, 2022
Ericsson and AERPAW, funded by the National Science Foundation and a consortium of industry partners, have announced a collaboration on advancing the use of 5G for drone operations in support of smart agriculture.
This year’s Chancellor’s Innovation Fund supports two ECE projects that include researching a better way to make EKGs wireless and faster COVID-19 antibody tests.
Engineering researchers have created new high-power electronic devices that are more energy efficient than previous technologies.
College of Engineering Dean Louis Martin-Vega will be stepping down from his position at the end of the 2022-23 academic year.
A proposed research center based at NC State and Purdue would help integrate new materials into the electronic industry, meeting a critical need in the United States for advanced, domestically produced semiconductor devices.