Congratulations to our Electrical Engineering students who participated in the 2021-22 SSU Science Symposium. Ten Electrical Engineering student teams showcased their research work in the symposium, which was held in-person for the first time since 2019.
Cisco Networking Academy supports and strengthens education and scholarly activities in the key area of Internet-of-Things (IoT) with the EE club.
The projects are "Low-Cost Ambient High-Frequency Radio Power Sensor" lead by undergraduate student Andrew Wolfe and funded through a grant by the Center for Environmental Inquiry, "Passive WLAN-Based Radar for Covert Indoors Surveillance" lead by undergraduate students Alexandria Walker, Blake J
Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) graduate student Scott Parmley has been developing an artificial-intelligence-based rover that self-navigates through a vineyard using ultrasonic sensors and a global positioning system (GPS).
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.