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bradp@illinois.edu

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Supercomputing speeds advances in deep neural networks

Supercomputing speeds advances in deep neural networks

Professor Thomas Huang's team is developing algorithms for image recognition for those unlabeled images with research spilling over to multimedia.
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New paradigm enables more secure, reliable control networks for power grid

New paradigm enables more secure, reliable control networks for power grid

Several ECE faculty members are working on a $4.9 million Department of Energy project that will monitor, configure, and maintain safe, reliable network traffic flows in energy system control networks.
Alumnus Bob Johnson: brigadier general, electrical engineer and polo player at 89

Alumnus Bob Johnson: brigadier general, electrical engineer and polo player at 89

Alumnus Bob Johnson (BSEE '38) served in the pacific theatre of the Second World War, reached the rank of brigadier general, worked as an electrical engineer, and played competitive polo until the age of 87.
Hwu's MulticoreWare ranks in top 110 fastest-growing private companies

Hwu's MulticoreWare ranks in top 110 fastest-growing private companies

Wen-Mei Hwu's company, MulticoreWare, was recently recognized by Inc.com as one of the fastest-growing, privately held companies in America.
Microtubes create cozy space for neurons to grow, and grow fast

Microtubes create cozy space for neurons to grow, and grow fast

A team of researchers from Illinois and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, co-led by ECE professor Xiuling Li, has developed a method for studying the growth of neurons by ushering them into microtubes that simulate the conditions of neuron growth in the human brain.
ECE alums crowdfunding the first artificially intelligent cat toy

ECE alums crowdfunding the first artificially intelligent cat toy

Three ECE ILLINOIS alumni are on their way to crowdfunding the first artificially intelligent cat toy.
Choquette elected president of IEEE Photonics Society

Choquette elected president of IEEE Photonics Society

Professor Kent Choquette will soon take on the position of president of the IEEE Photonics Society.
Hwu wins 2014 B. Ramakrishna Rau Award

Hwu wins 2014 B. Ramakrishna Rau Award

Professor Wen-mei Hwu has won the 2014 B. Ramakrishna Rau Award from the IEEE Computer Society.
New research looks at how online information can be manipulated

New research looks at how online information can be manipulated

Associate Professor Michael Bailey has received a $225,000 NSF grant to study whether personalized information services on the Internet may be a new feeding ground for cyberattackers.
Seven new faculty members join ECE ILLINOIS

Seven new faculty members join ECE ILLINOIS

Seven new faculty members - four of them tenure-track, three who are lecturers - joined the ECE ILLINOIS faculty this fall.
Lyding wins AVS achievement award

Lyding wins AVS achievement award

Professor Joseph Lyding has won the 2014 Award for Outstanding Research from the Prairie Chapter of the American Vacuum Society "For pioneering developments in scanning tunneling microscopy instrumentation and their applications to nanotechnology."

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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.