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Alumni in the News

Catch up with news from ECE ILLINOIS alumni. Read their answers to our serious and fun questions in Ten Answers, and about their careers in Field Report. To submit your own news, visit our Stay Connected page to get in touch.

Alumni Headlines

Ten Answers

Mike McCoy

Mike McCoy

Mike McCoy (BSEE '01) is an entrepreneur and consultant. He is currently founder and managing partner of The Startup Strategy Group, a consulting firm that focuses on building businesses around technologies that are developed at federal and university labs.

Mitch Altman

Mitch Altman

Mitch Altman (BSEE '80, MSEE '84) might be best known for his invention, the TV-B-Gone, a universal remote that turns off televisions. However, his true passion is traveling around the world, starting hackerspaces.

Elaine Chapin

Elaine Chapin

Elaine Chapin (MSEE ’92, PhD ’96) is Radar Systems Integration and Test Engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif. 

Field Report

Mark Andersen

Mark Andersen

From Officer Friendly to Mickey Mouse—Mark Andersen’s engineering career has always been about character.

Brett Nee

Brett Nee

Brett Nee has always enjoyed building things. Whether it was woodworking, fiddling with little electric circuits or writing simple computer programs, it seems that engineering was always in his future.