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UW ECE alumnus Alvin Graylin envisions our next reality

UW ECE alumnus Alvin Graylin (BSEE ‘93) is co-author of a new, visionary book that seeks to answer some of the most pressing questions about how the confluence of artificial intelligence and immersive technologies stands to reshape our world in profound ways.

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UW ECE Assistant Professor Sara Mouradian receives AFOSR YIP award for quantum computing research

UW ECE Assistant Professor Sara Mouradian has been awarded a three-year grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. The grant will enable Mouradian to investigate using optical forces and long ion chains for quantum computing.

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Print issues of The Integrator are now available!

Print issues of The Integrator, UW ECE’s flagship, annual publication, are now available! The magazine highlights the UW ECE community and covers stories about extraordinary students and their achievements, faculty research and discoveries, alumni news, events and more.

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UW ECE alumnus Victor Wong pushes boundaries in art and technology

UW ECE alumnus Victor Wong (BSEE '89) has had a fulfilling career combining his engineering background with visual arts, most notably with Gemini A.I., an AI-powered robot that creates paintings using traditional Chinese art techniques.

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A laser printer for photonic chips

A research team led by UW ECE and Physics Professor Mo Li has invented a way to print and reconfigure photonic integrated circuits (microchips) using a speedy, low-cost device about the size of a conventional desktop laser printer.

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Yann LeCun, VP and Chief AI Scientist at Meta, to give 2024 Lytle Lecture

UW ECE is proud to welcome renowned computer scientist Yann LeCun, who will deliver the Department’s 2024 Lytle Lecture on Wednesday, January 24, in the HUB Lyceum.

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The Integrator 2023–2024

Read the latest issue of The Integrator, UW ECE’s flagship, annual publication intended for alumni and friends of the Department. The magazine highlights the UW ECE community and covers stories about extraordinary students and their achievements, faculty research and discoveries, alumni news, events and more!

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A new kind of chip for wireless communication

A UW ECE research team led by Professor Chris Rudell has designed an innovative computer chip that can send and receive large amounts of data at high speeds while minimizing signal distortion and conserving the limited spectrum available for wireless communication.

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An engineer who sees the world through butterfly eyes

UW ECE affiliate professor and alumnus Gary D. Bernard (BSEE ‘59, MSEE ‘60, Ph.D. ‘64) has had a long, successful engineering career in academia and industry. He has also produced an impressive amount of research exploring how butterflies view and adapt to their environment.

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Arka Majumdar named 2024 Optica Fellow

UW ECE and Physics Associate Professor Arka Majumdar was recently named a 2024 Optica Fellow for his significant achievements in optics.

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UW ECE welcomes two new faculty members

UW ECE is proud to welcome two new assistant professors, Jungwon Choi and Hossein Naghavi, who joined the Department this fall.

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Orsborn lab awarded NIH grant to improve brain-computer interfaces for movement disorders

UW ECE and Bioengineering Assistant Professor Amy Orsborn was awarded a $3.5 million R01 grant to develop brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) that work more reliably for people with movement disorders.

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UW ECE students in the Professional Master’s Program learn how to pack powerful technology into tiny electronic devices

Graduate students in UW ECE Professor Radha Poovendran’s TinyML course are learning how to squeeze cloud-based, machine learning networks into small, resource-constrained devices.

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UW ECE hosts WomXn at the Forefront of ECE Research (WAFER), a day-long event

WAFER showcases research by women and nonbinary people in ECE and related fields. The event will be Tuesday, Nov. 7, from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the ECE building on the UW campus.

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Margot Adam — studying public policy to improve renewable energy production, distribution and access

Margot Adam (BSEE ‘23) graduated from UW ECE with a concentration in sustainable energy systems. Now, she is pursuing a doctoral degree at Princeton University, focusing on ways she can help inform public policy applicable to renewable energy.

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