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!
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.
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!
Dr. Tang among the NSF engineering CAREER researchers
In 2017, National Science Foundation Directorate of Engineering has awarded 156 faculty members to support the frontiers of fundamental engineering research. Assistant Professor Wei Tang in Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NMSU is one of the awardees. An interactive map to see the geographic locations of the grantee’s institutions can be found in the NSF press release. …read more
In loving memory: Dr. Paz (1962-2017)
Dr. Robert (Bob or Bobby) Alex Paz was an associate professor at NMSU Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He passed away on March 26, 2017 the age of 54, having battled Leukemia (AML) for the last 18 months of his life. …read more
NMSU College of Engineering associate dean, graduate students use supercomputer
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Through the use of New Mexico State University’s High Performance Computing system, a supercomputer known as Joker, Phillip De Leon, associate dean for research in the College of Engineering, not only conducted research but students in his graduate electrical engineering course also utilized the system. …read more