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Electrical & Systems Engineering News
FALL 2019
ShiNung Ching and collaborators at the School of Medicine plan to study how the brain allocates resources for working memory with funding from the NIH's BRAIN Initiative.
Where�s my car? WashU researchers to study short-term working memory
When WiFi is weak, send noise instead
Recognizing wireless noise can be key to sending information, researchers find.
Finding first principles last: A new control methodology
​New data- and computationally-driven approach to systems engineering may shed light on fundamental biological principles
New, fundamental limit to 'seeing and believing' in imaging
As researchers probe smaller parts of our world, the resulting images may not always show the full picture. Video
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT
Maren Loe is using a signal processing approach to detect and characterize potential biomarkers in electroencephalograms in critically ill children.
Maren Loe - MD/PhD in electrical & systems engineering
Department News
In the media: Michigan's mighty Mackinac Bridge has mega monitoring system powered by traffic In the media: Michigan's mighty Mackinac Bridge has mega monitoring system powered by traffic
Center for Quantum Sensors awarded NSF Quantum Leap Challenge seed grant Center for Quantum Sensors awarded NSF Quantum Leap Challenge seed grant
Schaettler honored with special journal issue Schaettler honored with special journal issue
Obituary: Lloyd Brown Sr., electrical engineering faculty, 94 Obituary: Lloyd Brown Sr., electrical engineering faculty, 94
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