As division director, Maciejewski will play a central role in facilitating transformative research to drive innovation and solve complex social, economic and environmental problems.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Branislav Notaros has been elected 2024 president of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Antennas and Propagation Society
“I knew I had potential to make a bigger impact. I liked the culture here. I knew electrical engineering was the right choice for me.”
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering inducted its newest class of student leaders into IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu, or IEEE-HKN, the honor society of the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
Branislav Notaros received the award for authoring the top journal paper published in IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine in all of 2021.
The professorship was created in 1989 to support innovative teaching and research while advancing the careers of outstanding junior and mid-level faculty in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.
Arya Mugdha is working with ECE professor Jesse Wilson to develop a noninvasive imaging tool to study mitochondria inside living cells. Their work could shed more light on mitochondrial diseases, and advance our understanding of how cells use energy.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University will kick off a new seminar series on October 3 to highlight current and emerging research topics in the field. Leading experts will speak on an array of subjects, from robotics to cybersecurity.
Chong and Maciejewski were honored for their cross-disciplinary work to leverage artificial intelligence in sectors ranging from robotics to transportation.
The conference showcases CSU’s high-intensity laser capabilities and achievements, while highlighting Colorado’s leadership position as one of the most innovative states in the nation.