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Urbana, IL 61801
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bradp@illinois.edu

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ECE students on Capitol Hill

ECE students on Capitol Hill

Seven Illinois students met with legislators in Washington, D.C., during the Congressional Visits Day last month.
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Belabbas receives NSF CAREER Award

Belabbas receives NSF CAREER Award

ECE Assistant Professor Mohamed Ali Belabbas received a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation. The award will fund his research uniting graph theory, computer science, and geometry to develop control-theoretic methods to understand decentralized networks.
Alum's electrolyte supplements keep faculty moving

Alum's electrolyte supplements keep faculty moving

ECE alumnus Karl King (BSEE '66) is the founder and president of Succeed! Sports Nutrition.
ECE students on Capitol Hill

ECE students on Capitol Hill

Seven Illinois students met with legislators in Washington, D.C., during the Congressional Visits Day last month.
Blane receives student veteran award

Blane receives student veteran award

ECE graduate student Captain Janice Blane was recently awarded the Lieutenant General Thomas M. Rienzi Graduate Award.
Dan Mast to retire after 26 years at ECE ILLINOIS

Dan Mast to retire after 26 years at ECE ILLINOIS

Dan Mast has worked at ECE ILLINOIS for 26 years, amassing a knowledge of the equipment, the programs, and especially the people who make the department what it is. He will retire April 30.
ECE PULSE offers new features to students

ECE PULSE offers new features to students

This year's ECE PULSE, an annual technical conference organized by ECE ILLINOIS students, revamped its competition format and added a startup panel.
Study questions safety of popular robotic surgical device

Study questions safety of popular robotic surgical device

The number of adverse events associated with surgical robots has risen steadily over recent years, and Illinois researchers - including several from ECE ILLINOIS - are looking to see if there’s more behind this rise in adverse events and recalls of the da Vinci system.
Researchers develop biosensor that detects HIV viral load

Researchers develop biosensor that detects HIV viral load

A team of nine researchers at Illinois and Harvard Medical School recently developed a biosensor that can measure the amount of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) present in an infected person's body.
Jin updates his electromagnetics classic

Jin updates his electromagnetics classic

The third edition of Professor Jianming Jin's popular textbook, The Finite Element Method in Electromagnetics, has recently been released.
New technique sheds light on human neural networks

New technique sheds light on human neural networks

A new technique developed by researchers in the Quantitative Light Imaging Laboratory at the Beckman Institute provides a method to noninvasively measure human neural networks in order to characterize how they form.

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Editor's note: media inquiries should be directed to Brad Petersen, Director of Communications, at bradp@illinois.edu or (217) 244-6376.