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Three professors named as Klipsch Professors

Three faculty members in the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering have been named as Paul W. and Valerie Klipsch Distinguished Professors in 2017. They are Prof. Steve Stochaj, Prof. David Voelz, and Prof. Wei Tang. Congratulations! 

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ECE GSO first general meeting

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Organization (ECE GSO) has its first general meeting on Apr. 12, 2017. Opportunities for student travel funds from ASNMSU, departmental research awards, and future activities, have been discussed. For more information please visit the ECE GSO webpage. 

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Cybersecurity Faculty Candidate Seminars

Cybersecurity Faculty Candidate Seminar: Weize Yu Title: Lightweight Countermeasures for Securing ICs against Power Analysis Attacks  Abstract Weize Yu, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida Date & Time: Tuesday, April 18, @ 4:00pm Location: Thomas and Brown Hall Rm 104  Cybersecurity Faculty Candidate Seminar: Jun Yan Title: Cyber-Physical Security of the Smart Grid …
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Annette receives Foreman Staff Excellence Award

Ms. Annette Benavidez, the Administrative Assistant of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received the 2017 Foreman Staff Excellence Award and was recognized at the College of Engineering Awards Banquet on Feb 24, 2017. Congratulations to Annette for her award and thanks for her excellent service to the ECE faculty and students!      

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ECEGSO- newly formed Graduate Student Organization

There is a new organization for all graduate students in the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Organization (ECEGSO). All graduate students admitted into a Master’s or PhD program in the Klipsch School are automatically part of ECEGSO. All interested are encouraged to read the ECEGSO ByLaws…
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WiSTEM a hit at Spaceport Open House

Representatives from WiSTEM volunteered their time to help with the Spaceport America Open House this past Saturday. See the article in the Las-Cruces Sun News here.

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Local high-school student gets firsthand engineering experience at NMSU

A Mayfield High School student gained research experience this past summer by working with graduate students in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University. Read the full article here.

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Addition of a new 3D printer to the Aggie Innovation Space Printer Cluster

Purchased with a Student Research Grant from the New Mexico Water Resources and Research Institute, a new LULZBot TAZ 3D printer is installed in the Aggie Innovation Space. The NM WRRI grant has supported the design and development of a novel hydropower harvester capable of harvesting energy from Weir-flow systems. Our objective is to fabricate…
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U.S. Grid Energy Storage Verge Lecture

Progress in U.S. Grid Energy Storage: Innovative Technologies and Novel Applications Learn about variable renewable generation storage and emergency preparedness and resilience through storage microgrids, two of the hottest topics in the utility industry. Monday, May 2nd, 2016 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Thomas and Brown Hall 104 Open to the general public Dr. Imres Gyuk Verge…
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Professor Furth awarded Teaching Professorship

  Professor Furth was awarded the John Kaichiro Nakayama and Tome Miyaguchi Nakayama Endowed Professorship for Teaching Excellence on Friday, October 23rd.   “Mr. Joe Nakayama graduated from New Mexico State University with a degree in agricultural engineering on the GI Bill after WWII. With limited employment opportunities in the region following his graduation in…
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