Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University


Vinai Sundaram
March 3, 2015
Sensorhound, a company that focuses on technology that improves reliability and reduces the operations cost of networked embedded systems, received $75,000 with a potential to receive an additional $75,000 if certain performance milestones are met. SensorHound was founded by Vinai Sundaram, who earned his doctorate in electrical and computer engineering; Patrick Eugster, a Purdue associate professor of computer science; and Matthew Tan Creti, who is a doctoral candidate in electrical and computer engineering.
Professor Jan Allebach
March 3, 2015
The Society for Imaging Science & Technology bestows the award to an individual in recognition of outstanding service to a Chapter or to the Society. Professor Allebach was recognized for creating the new Electronic Imaging Conference Measuring, Modeling, and Reproducing Material Appearance.
PhD Candidate Aida Ebrahimi
February 26, 2015
The Fellowship is highly competitive and recognizes students' superior academic abilities and scholarly achievements. The title of Aida's dissertation is "Droplet-based non-Faradaic Impedance Sensing for Combating Antibiotic Resistance". She is advised by Professor Muhammad Ashraful Alam. Nate's dissertation is "A Platform for Practical Nanophotonics: Nitrides and Oxides for Integrated Optical Devices". He is advised by Professor Alexandra Boltasseva.
Professor Dimitrios Peroulis
February 26, 2015
Professors Dimitrios Peroulis and Babak Ziaie are among ten researchers who have copyrighted work in 2013-2014 through the Purdue Research Foundation's Office of Technology Commercialization.
Graduate Student Mohit Singh
February 20, 2015
AccuPS is working on a 3-D human-computer user interface device that can pair with a Bluetooth-enabled device for integrating family-oriented entertainment systems.
Professor Mike Melloch
February 18, 2015
At a university of 40,000 students, giving classrooms the personal feel of a small school is hard. However, despite his usual class size of 60 students, that is exactly what ECE Professor Mike Melloch does.
Professor Alex Quinn
February 16, 2015
Google Research Awards are "structured as unrestricted gifts to universities to support the work of world-class full-time faculty members at top universities around the world." The project that earned this Google Research Award is titled "Man with machine in the battle against fake consumer reviews".