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On Friday, December 1st in TB 303, Sean Blanchard will present ” HPC Dirt Farming: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Cosmic Death Rays from Outer Space.” See the flyer [PDF] for more information about his work and biography.
Dr. David Mitchell’s research on 5G communication technologies caught the attention of the Las Cruces Sun-News. Read the full article here.
Emily Donahue of Sandia National Laboratories will present her research seminar titled ” The Art of Machine Learning: Understanding Style, Photos, and Sketches with Computer Vision.” The seminar will be held Wednesday, October 18th, in Hardman and Jacobs ULC room 225 starting at 4:00. Please see the flyer [PDF] for an abstract and more information!
IEEE & Mark Gladden Present “The Coming Financial Revolution: Fintech/Blockchain (Bitcoin) Technology”
Come listen as Mark Gladden speaks about Fintech/blockchain technology. November 14th @ 5:30pm in Thomas & Brown room 104. Please see the flyer for more information!
Klipsch School of ECE’s Dr. Voelz captured some great pictures of the 2017 solar eclipse from Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Enjoy!
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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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.
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.
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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The Exploring Research Series is a series of professor research talks hosted by HKN, or Eta Kappa Nu, the National Honor Society for Electrical and Computer Engineers. These research talks are geared toward an audience of freshmen and sophomore students to explain the professor’s field of research and possibly provide opportunities for undergraduate research. These are…
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