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Electrical & Systems Engineering News
Seniors lead yearlong project to expand solar power at Tyson Research Center
A trio of students studying electrical & systems engineering will help expand the solar power generating capabilities at the center, which has frequent outages.
WashU hosted Midwest Workshop on Control and Game Theory
The two-day conference invited researchers to discuss innovative applications and new developments in the field.
Intro ESE course a ‘must-take’ for first-year students
Through a combination of mathematical language, labs and healthy competition, this course gives new students a firm foundation.
‘We do research to help people’
Class Acts-Innovation: Guangming Zhao may change the ultrasound industry, but what he really wants to do is help people
Alumnus Bose enjoys research in the Antarctic
Alumnus Richard Bose manages the technical efforts of the SuperTIGER and X-Calibur research teams in Antarctica.
Student & Faculty News
Zhang wins ‘Best Paper Award’ at international conference
McKelvey Engineering team wins IEEE RFID Smart Cities Mega Challenge
Obituary: I. Norman Katz, senior professor of electrical & systems engineering, 86
Three McKelvey Engineering faculty working on prestigious MURI collaborations
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