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Phone: (217) 244-6376
bradp@illinois.edu

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2016 ECE Building
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megd@illinois.edu

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Symphony of nanoplasmonic and optical resonators leads to magnificent laser-like light emission

Symphony of nanoplasmonic and optical resonators leads to magnificent laser-like light emission

By combining plasmonics and optical microresonators, ECE ILLINOIS researchers have created a new optical amplifier (or laser) design, paving the way for power-on-a-chip applications.
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More than six decades in Everitt Lab

More than six decades in Everitt Lab

For more than 65 years, Everitt Lab has been the center of ECE ILLINOIS.
Student's internship at NASA leads to co-op

Student's internship at NASA leads to co-op

Mechanical engineering major and ECE minor Madison Heimerdinger is joining NASA for a co-op in the spring after working an internship there this spring.
Onyeama Osuagwu invited to, attends Google I/O

Onyeama Osuagwu invited to, attends Google I/O

ECE ILLINOIS doctoral student Onyeama Osuagwu was invited by a Google recruiter to attend Google I/O in June.
Gilbert receives NSF CAREER Award to study topological nanosystems

Gilbert receives NSF CAREER Award to study topological nanosystems

ECE Assistant Professor Matthew Gilbert received a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation to determine the potential of topological materials to make information processing systems.
Researchers receive Best Paper Award, Carter Award for RnS monitoring research

Researchers receive Best Paper Award, Carter Award for RnS monitoring research

For their work creating a framework that addresses both reliability and security in computer systems, an Illinois team earned the Best Paper Award at DSN 2014. One ECE student on the team also received the William C. Carter Award.
Beckman team places in top three in Alan Alda Flame Challenge

Beckman team places in top three in Alan Alda Flame Challenge

A team from the Beckman Institute, including ECE Associate Professor Scott Carney, was a finalist in the Alan Alda Flame Challenge for answering the question “What is color?” in a way that made sense to an 11-year-old.
K-12 teachers gain experience with nanotechnology research

K-12 teachers gain experience with nanotechnology research

This summer four area high-school teachers are participating in the first nano@illinois Research Experience for Teachers.
Xiong receives Gold Award from MRS

Xiong receives Gold Award from MRS

Alumnus Feng Xiong (MSEE '10, PhD '14) received the Materials Research Society’s Gold Graduate Student Award.
Mitra develops verification tool for trustworthy cyber-physical systems

Mitra develops verification tool for trustworthy cyber-physical systems

ECE Assistant Professor Sayan Mitra is working on a tool that formally guarantees the safety and reliability of software by using novel physics-based algorithms and applying them to cyber systems.
Tangül Başar retires as chief adviser

Tangül Başar retires as chief adviser

Tangül Başar retired as chief adviser at ECE ILLINOIS, but will continue to teach. Lecturer David Varodayan will be joining the advising office in addition to teaching introductory freshman courses.

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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.