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UW ECE professors Kai-Mei Fu and Mo Li continue cutting-edge quantum computing research with QuantumX, an initiative to stimulate research and teaching on "everything quantum" that aims to position the UW as a leader in the development of quantum-enabled technologies.
 
 
 
 
UW ECE researchers funded by the Center for Neurotechnology are partnering with Medtronic to impact a wide range of medical conditions.
 
 
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In this Q&A, Han discusses her research integrating micro-electromechanical systems into compact optical systems and her hopes of joining an industrial research lab after graduation.
 
 
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UW ECE Assistant Professor Arka Majumdar and his team of researchers have solved a major problem in integrated optical information processing and communication using new phase-change materials.
 
 
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WiBotic is a spin-off company co-founded by UW ECE professor Joshua Smith and alum Ben Waters. The company’s charging stations take advantage of near-field antennas to beam power wirelessly to receivers that can be hooked up to batteries on robots, drones or other devices.
 
 
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UW ECE professor Amy Orsborn recently received two prestigious awards that will support her interdisciplinary research aimed at developing neural devices capable of healing and restoring function in the brain and body.
 
 
 
 
In a unique UW ECE course, students learn how to develop smartphone apps capable of taking full advantage of the device's capabilities.
 
 
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Kapetanovic received the grant for her doctoral thesis research on “Low-Power Communication for Environmental Sensing Systems.” She is one of just 10 PhD students at academic institutions throughout North America to win this year's award.
 
 
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A student team recently developed a reliable and easy-to-use web portal, which acts as a manual to help technicians at Alaska Airlines load computer software onto airplanes more efficiently.
 
 
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Faculty and students are leading collaborative research aimed at reducing impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Projects range from assisting with diagnostics, testing and tracking, to engineering ventilator technology, to developing targeted treatments for the disease.
 
 
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This endowment was established in 2019 by Ganesh and Hema Moorthy to recruit, reward and retain UW ECE faculty members who have demonstrated significant promise early in their careers.
 
 
 
 
This award represents the highest national honor bestowed by the U.S. government upon mentors who work to expand STEM talent.
 
 
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This prestigious award from The Marconi Society acknowledges Iyer's innovative work developing bio-inspired and bio-integrative wireless sensor systems.
 
 
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