2019 News

December 12, 2019

Pioneering nanotechnology cloud nanoHUB - looks to future

A pioneering cloud and global gateway for nanotechnology research and education has received a National Science Foundation grant renewal, completing its 20-year mission while looking to the future to create new technologies.
December 11, 2019

What if a bridge could prevent its own collapse in real time?

A new Center for Intelligent Infrastructure (CII) at Purdue University is bringing together researchers of various fields to develop technology that a bridge, building, road or other infrastructure could use to communicate directly with humans and respond to disasters, preventing collapse.
December 5, 2019

Prof. Alexandra Boltasseva named IEEE Fellow

Alexandra Boltasseva, professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been named an IEEE Fellow. She is being recognized for research on new materials for plasmonic and metamaterial nanophotonic devices.
November 26, 2019

ECE opens two new spaces for students in MSEE building

The Material Sciences and Electrical Engineering Building has two new spaces for students thanks to donations from Purdue alumni. The newly named Max W. Brown Atrium has been opened thanks to a donation from Max and Maileen Brown, and the new Bill and Shirley Rice Design Studio will allow for collaborative learning opportunities. Both spaces were recognized with a reception Oct. 29.
November 22, 2019

Prof. David Ebert inducted into the IEEE Visualization Academy

David S. Ebert, Silicon Valley professor of electrical and computer engineering, is one of 32 computer visualization leaders recently inducted into the IEEE Visualization Academy. Considered the highest and most prestigious honor in the field of visualization, the Academy recognizes individuals who have made substantial contributions to the field of visualization.
November 21, 2019

Two ECE professors named to the Highly Cited Researchers list for 2019

Vladimir M. Shalaev, the Bob and Anne Burnett Distinguished Professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Peide “Peter” Ye, the Richard J. and Mary Jo Scwartz professor of electrical and computer engineering are among more than 6,000 highly cited researchers in various fields from nearly 60 nations.
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