The second winner of the electrical engineering monthly challenge, the Q-MARGIN, for the Fall semester is announced. David Story won the October challenge, which was on the topic of radars and radio-frequency propagation.
Gap Wireless is collaborating with the Electrodynamics Engineering Laboratory (EEL) at the Engineering Department to strengthen education and research in the key area of RF testing. Faculty and students will now have access to four RF Test Shielded Enclosures.
The first winner of the electrical engineering monthly challenge, the Q-MARGIN, for the Fall semester is announced. Adam Ortega won the September challenge, which was on the topic of VLSI design. The winner is presented with a $25 gift card courtesy of the Engineering Science Department.
The engineering department at Sonoma State University hosted a reunion for the students who attended its first Engineering Summer Camp.
The students of EE 330 (Electronics II) took part in Keysight Advanced Design System (ADS) workshop. The workshop material was prepared by Mr. Tim Wang Lee from EESOF EDA group at Keysight and delivered by Mr. Tim Wang Lee and Dr. Mohamed Salem.
The 2019 Engineering Summer Research program provided internships to 13 Engineering undergraduate and four graduate students, and five high school students from local high schools.
This summer, the engineering department at Sonoma State University launched its first Engineering Summer Camp. A total of 28 students, ranging from sophomores to seniors, from local schools in Sonoma County participated in the camp.
Two engineering graduate students, Saumya Saxena and Geoff Thomas, from Sonoma State University participated in Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) to present their project at the 2019 GCTC Expo held in Washington DC, July 10 - 12, 2019.
The electrodynamics engineering laboratory (eel) is established at Sonoma State Engineering Department to advance research in electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering, antenna design, novel electromagnetic materials, microwave circuit design, and real-time signal processing techniques.