Electrical and Computer Engineering - Purdue University

Spotlights

Matthew Tan Creti
June 1, 2015
The Alchemist Accelerator is a Silicon Valley-based business incubator exclusively for startups whose revenue comes from enterprises, not consumers. During Demo Day, graduating startups officially open their fundraising round by pitching their company to an audience of 250 angel investors, strategic ventures and venture capitalists. SensorHound was founded by ECE alums Vinai Sundaram and Matthew Tan Creti.
PhD Student Heng Wu
June 1, 2015
The VLSI Symposium is one of the two most competitive conferences in the electronic device field. His paper is titled "Ge CMOS Technology: Breakthroughs of nFETs (Imax=714 mA/mm, gmax=590mS/mm) by recessed channel and S/D". He is advised by Professor Peide Ye.
PhD Student Enas Sakr
May 26, 2015
Enas Sakr’s research focuses on improving high efficiency thermophotovoltaic systems (TPV) using the principles of photonics. She is advised by Professor Peter Bermel.
Professor Scott Sudhoff
May 18, 2015
Professor Alam is now the Jai N. Gupta Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, while Professor Sudhoff is the Michael and Katherine Birck Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Professor Joerg Appenzeller
May 12, 2015
The $30,000 cash award is given to foster collaboration between researchers at leading universities and those in IBM research, development, and services organizations, and promote courseware and curriculum innovation to stimulate growth in disciplines and geographies that are strategic to IBM.
Grainger grand opening
May 7, 2015
Two key labs in Seng-Liang Wang Hall of Electrical and Computer Engineering celebrated grand openings Friday, April 24. The Grainger Energy Conversion and Microgrid Laboratory, and The Grainger Power Magnetics Fabrication Laboratory are located on the first floor of Wang Hall.