From Real Steel to reality the DISCOVER lab is exploring not only how to make cyber physical systems work more reliably but also how they can learn to interact with their human collaborators.
Electromagnetic Radiation and Human Health
The effect of electromagnetic radiation on human health is the subject of debate, especially as it pertains to portable wireless devices. Notre Dame researchers are studying ways to improve device performance without increasing radiation levels.
Exploring the Physical Limits to Computation
Researchers in the Center for Nano Science and Technology are laying the groundwork for smaller, faster, and more efficient electronic devices by exploring energy dissipation in nanoscale electron devices and discovering new ways to represent information and perform computation.
Low Energy Systems Technology
LEAST, which is led by the University of Notre Dame with nine partner universities, explores new concepts for energy-efficient devices to reduce power in electronic systems.
Welcome to the Department of Electrical Engineering
Welcome to the Electrical Engineering Department home page at the University of Notre Dame. We welcome any inquiries regarding the information provided on these pages and would especially like to encourage highly qualified students to consider pursuing a course of study in Electrical Engineering at Notre Dame.
Z. Tong and M. Haenggi, “Geometric Analysis of Distributed Power Control and Möbius MAC Design”, Wiley Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, vol. 16, pp. 590–606, April 2016
Zonggen Yi, Peter H. Bauer, "Spatio-Temporal Energy Demand Models for Electric Vehicles.", IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, Vol. 65, No. 3, March 2016, 1030-1042, 2016
E. Albisetti, D. Petti, M. Pancaldi, M. Madami, S. Tacchi, J. Curtis, W. P. King, A. Papp, G. Csaba, W. Porod, P. Vavassori, E. Riedo, and R. Bertacco, “Nanopatterning reconfigurable magnetic landscapes via thermally assisted scanning probe lithography,” Nature Nanotechnology, on-line 7, March 2016
D. G. M. Mitchell, M. Lentmaier, A. E. Pusane, and D. J. Costello, Jr., "Randomly Punctured LDPC Codes'', IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, JSAC-34, pp. 408-421, February 2016
Thomas Pratt - Molex Inc: "An Investigation of ND Remote Sensors for Continuous Monitoring of Motors", May 2016
Jonathan Chisum, Patrick Fay, Bertrand Hochwald, Thomas Pratt - Navy: "Wideband Time-Domain Milimeter-wave Device and Channel Characterization Testbed", May 2016
Bertrand Hochwald, J. Nicholas Laneman - National Security Agency: "Coherent RadioHound: A Distributed Spectrum Sensor Networks", May 2016
Published on WSBT-TV • Jan 27, 2016
A team of engineers at the University of Notre Dame are hoping to change the future of our cell phones.
Published on ABC57 News • Feb 5, 2016
A group of Notre Dame researchers are working to give your smart phone a signal boost, and make it safer in the process.
Ethical Leaders in STEM — What will be your impact?
June 15, 2016
The Graduate School is pleased to announce its second cohort of the Ethical Leaders in STEM program, a yearlong leadership development opportunity for third- and fourth-year Ph.D. graduate students.
Launch Points: Idea, Invention, and Implementation
May 12, 2016
Christine Joseph, a senior graduating with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering may one day be adding to the list of products made for space exploration that make the leap back to Earth, greatly benefitting society.
Women In Electron Microscopy — An Opportunity to Broaden Horizons
May 6, 2016
The efforts of Mina Asghari Heidarlou and her female colleagues here on the campus of Notre Dame are working towards creating an avenue for women globally to be recognized and more accepted in their field of study and occupation.
ND Teams Take Top Two Spots in 6th Annual Stryker Engineering Challenge
May 6, 2016
Two teams from the College of Engineering won the first and second place awards at the 6th Annual Stryker Engineering Challenge.
Congratulations to the 2016 Steiner Honorees
May 6, 2016
The recipients of the 2016 Reverend Thomas A. Steiner Award are representative of the bright futures ahead for this year’s graduates. In particular, these seniors — Steven Brill, Huili Chen, Max Ducey, Adam Farchone, Zachary Imholte, and Laura Paquin.
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