On Friday, March 16th, Dr. Wenjie Che will be giving a presentation on Hardware-based Solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) Security and Trust. For more information about Dr. Che and his presentation, please download the flyer [PDF].
On Thursday, March 29th in TB 307, Hajar Barani will be presenting the Analysis of Throughput Capacity and Delay in Wireless Sensor Network. For more information download the flyer [PDF].
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!
Eight graduate students from the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering participated in the 60th anniversary of the IEEE Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS) hosted at Tufts University in Boston, MA. Associate Professor Paul Furth attended with them. Our students and faculty member presented a total of 6 posters and 4 lectures…
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Date: 07/01/2017 Assistant Professor David Mitchell has received a research grant from National Science Foundation to support his work in coding algorithms for 5G wireless communication. The three-year standard grant $187,634 focuses on a comprehensive framework of practical low-complexity, low-latency, capacity-approaching sparse graph codes. The proposed research promises to provide a significant transformative impact on…
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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!