A team of electrical engineering students at SSU has been working on an industrial project for Cisco Systems, Inc. for more than a year. The project involved designing, creating schematics, and programming an electronic board.
Although the pandemic has disrupted learning, students in ES 104 were able to continue their learning with the help of exclusive Makerspace kits sent to their homes.
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Like many students across the country who've been displaced from college campuses because of the coronavirus pandemic, our engineering students had to quickly adapt, master Zoom and get ready for their final Senior Design Project virtual presentations on May 1st.
This summer, the engineering department at Sonoma State University launched its second Engineering Summer Camp virtually. This year’s camp was limited to only one cohort with twelve students, ranging from sophomores to seniors, from different high schools, mostly in Sonoma County.
The Interim Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Stacey Bosick, and the Office of Graduate Studies awarded David House the Graduate Studies Outstanding Research Award for his work on Metasurface Absorbers. David House graduated from the MSCES program in Spring 2020.
The Engineering Department launched a new series of skill enrichment workshops. The workshops, titled "The Blueprints", are an initiative to bring together SSU Engineering and the wider community, with topics covering various skills, such as Python, PCB design, RF measurement, and many more.
Two graduate engineering students, Joseph Haun and David House, are presenting the results of their research work in the Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Digital Forum on Metamaterials, Metadevices, and Metasystems.
The third and final winner of the electrical engineering monthly challenge, the Q-MARGIN, for the Fall semester is announced. Noah Mervine won the November challenge, which was on the topic of stored energy in passive electric circuit components.
Electrical Engineering students enrolled in Electronics II (EE 330) presented their final projects in the Ballroom at the Student Center. Mr. Tim Wang-Lee from Keysight Technologies attended the presentation and recognized the creative efforts of the students.