EE students William Cowles and Alex Kudlin (both graduated in May 2021) gave a presentation on their senior design project at the 3rd International Workshop on Wireless Sensors and Drones in Internet of Things (Wi-DroIT).
Congratulations to our Electrical Engineering students who showcased a historically high number of 18 posters representing their projects and research at the 2020-21 SSU Science Symposium.
Joseph Haun, a graduate engineering student, is awarded the "Bright Idea Award" in the SSU Research Symposium for his work on Metaparticle Surrogate Modeling. Joseph Haun graduated from the Engineering BSEE program in Spring 2019 and joined the MS-CES program.
A team of engineering students successfully launched a high-altitude weather balloon to measure very low frequency (VLF) electromagnetic radiation in the stratosphere.
Congratulations to our engineering student Jordan Johnston for being selected to represent Sonoma State University at the 8th IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability (SusTech 2021).
On February 12, 2016, the Electrical Engineering program initiated the concept of Living-with-Lab in the first electronics course taken by a group of 12 electrical engineering freshmen.
On Thursday, March 10, 2016, a group of female engineering students from the Department of Engineering Science at Sonoma State University met with two professional female engineers from the community for guidance, mentoring, and to hold discussions about the positive aspects and drawbacks that fe
For the first time, a team of faculty and students participated in the The Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) Tech Jam and presented their project proposal within the Internet-of-Things (IoT) Enabled Smart City Framework.
Undergraduate Taylor Jones spent the summer working on a project he probably never anticipated when he became an Electrical Engineering student: designing the building the motors and switches for enrichment devices for the chimpanzees at Oakland Zoo (Figure 1).
A team of undergraduate Electrical Engineering students, Omar Alvarez Tinajero and Aaron Marquez, have developed the first remote power monitoring system for Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) (Insights, Fall 2016