January 16, 2020

The Integrator 2019 now available online!

To read this issue of The Integrator online or download PDF, click here.


December 18, 2019

Watch Professor Stéphane Mallat’s full Lytle Lecture Series videos now!

The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering’s 2019 Dean W. Lytle Endowed Lecture Series videos are now available! The Lytle Lecture Series is the department’s premier annual event, featuring internationally renowned researchers in the field of communications, signal processing, control systems and machine learning. This year we were extremely excited to have the world-renowned applied mathematician…


December 13, 2019

Professor Joshua R. Smith Honored as IEEE Fellow

  Joshua R. Smith, the Milton and Delia Zeutschel Professor in Entrepreneurial Excellence and the Professional Masters Program Faculty Coordinator in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, who also holds a joint appointment in the Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at UW, was named a Fellow of the IEEE in recognition of…


December 12, 2019

Alum Jesus Contreras Ocaña attends Make Our Planet Great Again event

ECE Alum Jesus Contreras Ocaña, who graduated from UW with his masters in Electrical Engineering in 2015 and Ph.D. in Power Systems in 2018, recently attended the second anniversary event of French President Emmanuel Macron’s “Make Our Planet Great Again” initiative. This past October, Contreras Ocaña concluded a one-year post-doctoral research fellowship at the Université de…


December 11, 2019

Dr. Stéphane Mallat delivers 2019 Lytle Lecture 

The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering’s 2019 Dean W. Lytle Endowed Lecture Series was held on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. The Lytle Lecture Series is the department’s premier annual event, featuring internationally renowned researchers in the field of communications, signal processing, control systems and machine learning. This year we were extremely excited to have…


Postdoctoral Researcher Shana Moothedath participates in Rising Stars 2019

Shana Moothedath, a postdoctoral research scholar at the ECE department’s Network Security Lab (NSL) at the University of Washington working with Prof. Radha Poovendran & Prof. Linda Bushnell, was selected to participate in the 2019 Rising Stars workshop conducted at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign from Oct 30 – Nov 1. Rising Stars is an…


December 9, 2019

ECE Professor Emeritus Akira Ishimaru elected lifetime fellow of URSI

  Landing a plane in fog is possible thanks to the work of Akira Ishimaru, ECE Professor Emeritus, National Academy of Engineering member and one of the world’s top experts in wave propagation and scattering in random and turbulent media. His work on this topic has influenced advancements in ultrasound imaging, microwave remote sensing, satellite…


December 5, 2019

Jennifer Mankoff and Eve Riskin lead ECE’s co-sponsored UW EXP study

UW EXP is a student health and wellness study which uses surveys and biometrics (phone and Fitbit data) to study how personal and academic stressors affect student wellness. It is a sister study to Life@CMU and the StudentLife study at Dartmouth. This annual study adds to the growing field of biometric research, and UW EXP’s goal…


November 21, 2019

ECE alum Arthur Chiao inducted as new Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) laureate

On October 15th, ECE alum and Winbond Electronics Chairman Arthur Yu-Cheng Chiao was inducted as one of five new Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) laureates. ROC President Tsai Ing-wen attended the 2019 ITRI Laureate Ceremony in Taiwan to extend her congratulations and to bestow badges and certificates to the five laureates, who were selected for…


November 7, 2019

Assistant Professor Brian Johnson leads $4.9 million DOE grant to improve solar technologies

On November 6, 2019, the U.S. Department of Energy announced it would provide $128 million in funding for 75 projects intending to advance solar technologies through the Solar Energy Technologies Office Fiscal Year 2019 (SETO FY2019) funding program.  This program will provide $50 million for 15 research projects that aim to improve the ability of…



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