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N. Deng, W. Zhou, and M. Haenggi, “The Ginibre Point Process as a Model for Wireless Networks with Repulsion,”IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol. 14, pp. 107–121, Jan. 2015
Aamir Khan, Susan Fullerton-Shirey, and Scott Howard, "Easily prepared ruthenium-complex nanomicelle probes for two-photon quantitative imaging of oxygen in aqueous media," RSC Advances, 2015, 5, 291-300
N. Kashyap, S. Werner, Y.F. Huang, and T. Riihonen, “Power System State Estimation Under Incomplete PMU Observability – A Reduced-Order Approach,” Special Issue on Signal Processing in Smart Electric Power Grid, IEEE Journal on Selected Topics on Signal Processing, pp. 1051-1062, Vol. 8, No. 6, December 2014
M. Xia, P. J. Antsaklis and V. Gupta, “Passivity Indices and Passivation of Systems with Application to Systems with Input/Output Delay,” Proceedings of the 53rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), Los Angeles, CA, December 15-17, 2014
Thomas Pratt - Navy: "Pulse-Source Associations Using Polarimetric Techniques", February 2015
J. Nicholas Laneman, Aaron Striegel - Sprint: "BWAC@NDWI: Broadband Wireless Access and Applications Center at the Notre Dame Wireless Institute", December 2014
J. Nicholas Laneman, Aaron Striegel - Alcatel-Lucent: "BWAC@NDWI: Broadband Wireless Access and Applications Center at the Notre Dame Wireless Institute", December 2014
Patrick Fay - Indiana Integrated Circuits: "Heterogeneous Chip Integration for GHz Systems", November 2014
Notre Dame’s College of Engineering to educate students to meet 'Grand Challenges'
March 24, 2015
Peter Kilpatrick, Matthew H. McCloskey Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, was in attendance Monday (March 23) as a letter of commitment was presented to President Barack Obama, announcing that 122 U.S. engineering schools plan to educate a new generation of engineers expressly equipped to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing society in the 21st century.
Four Engineering Faculty Receive 2015 CAREER Award
March 25, 2015
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has named four faculty members in the University of Notre Dame’s College of Engineering winners of the Early Career Development Award.
Costello Receives IEEE EAB Vice President’s Recognition Award
December 23, 2014
Daniel J. Costello Jr., the Leonard Bettex Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, recently received the 2014 Vice President’s Recognition Award from the Educational Activities Board (EAB) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Among its duties, the EAB honors individuals and corporations for their contributions to engineering and technical education.
Notre Dame Spin-out Company Wins Big at International Conference on Microelectronics
December 3, 2014
Indiana Integrated Circuits, LLC (IIC), an Innovation Park-based company that was co-founded by Notre Dame faculty and researchers, has recently been awarded the highly coveted, $150,000 Elevator Pitch Prize from the MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems) Industry Group. The prize is directed toward fabrication and prototyping services to be provided by MEMs foundry Rogue Valley Microdevices of Medford, Oregon.
Notre Dame Professor Named 2014 Indiana Master of Innovation
November 20, 2014
Gary Bernstein, Frank Freimann Professor of Electrical Engineering and Associate Director of Notre Dame’s Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NDnano), was awarded the inaugural Indiana Master of Innovation Award from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and Forbes, Inc. for his work on the development of Quilt Packaging (QP) technology.
Nanomagnetics, Spintronics, Nanofabrication, Characterization.
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