The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities invites applications for
faculty positions in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Watch a video holiday message of achievements from President Kaler.
Search for rare-earth-free magnet research renewed for Phase II
with additional $2.5 million
| Prof. Jian-Ping Wang leads a team effort on the|
FE16N2 rare-earth-free magnet research, which
was recently renewed for Phase II with an
additional $2.5 million research fund from DOE
ARPA-E. DOE ARPA-E program directors and
researchers from ORNL, AMC, IAP, and Georgia
Tech gathered for a kickoff meeting on Nov. 22
at the University of Minnesota
Prof. Cherkassky to present lecture at NIH
| Prof. Vladimir Cherkassky will present a lecture|
titled “From Big Data to Little Knowledge” to NIH
Biomedical Computing Interest Group on
Dec. 12, 2013.Cherkassky’s talk will focus on
the methodological aspects of knowledge
discovery via data-analytic modeling in life
sciences and healthcare.
World's leading text in power systems operation now
in third edition
Power Generation, Operation, and Control, Third
Prof. Amin provides articles and information to IEEE;
interviewed by National Geographic and New Science
| Prof. Massoud Amin provided articles and|
information to IEEE about the Smart Grid’s
security, safety and privacy; modernizing
the Grid (in a 6-part series); and providing
power backups during hurricanes.
He also spoke with National Geographic
about power backups during hurricanes
and with Live Science about the Montreal
electrical arc-flash fireball.
Ph.D. student Severson receives Best Paper Award
at IEEE IECON Conference
| Ph.D. student Eric Severson received the Best Session|
Presentation Award from IEEE IECON Conference,
Nov. 10-13 in Vienna, Austria. His title was "Design and
measurement of a passive thrust magnetic bearing for a
bearingless motor." (Prof. Ned Mohan, advisor)
Ph.D. candidate Xu selected for Best Paper Award
at IEEE Neural Engineering Conference
| Ph.D. candidate Tingting Xu received a best paper|
travel award for "Classification of Single-Trial MEG
during Sentence Processing for Automated
Schizophrenia Screening" at the Sixth IEEE Neural
Engineering Conference in Sand Diego , Nov. 6-8,
2013. (Prof. Keshab Parhi, advisor)
Precision Machining and Fabrication Needs
If your company needs precision machining and fabrication, the Research
Machine Shop staff is ready to discuss your specifications and provide the
quality needed for your next project. Contact Mike Jensen , Principal Research
Shop Foreman at 612-625-2062.
200 Union Street SE, 4-174 Keller Hall, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0170 Phone: 612-625-3300
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is committed to educating the
future work force and to conducting research with collaborators from industry and government.
2014 Spring Colloquium Series
Weekly presentations by experts
from around the country who
share their insights on
current electrical and computer
engineering research topics.
Tues., Dec. 10
ECE Senior Design Show
Physics and Nanotechnology
Building Grand Opening
More information to come...
More information to come...
CSE Graduate Commencement
Friday, May 2
CSE Undergraduate Commencement
Friday, May 16
Faculty Positions in Electrical
and Computer Engineering
The University of Minnesota -
Twin Cities invites applications
for Faculty Positions in Electrical
and Computer Engineering.
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