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ITT Tech shutdown: What's next for students
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ITT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES : Tech in Clovis abruptly closes, lea...

Sept. 06--Desiree Mabry was planning on graduating with an associate's degree in electrical engineering from ITT Technical Institute next summer. But Tuesday those plans came to an abrupt halt. Mabry, 22, of Fresno, is among more than 40,000 ITT ... 4 Traders, 2 weeks ago
Electronic Specifier

Invisibility cloak with photonic crystals

Elena Semouchkina, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, and her graduate students have developed several novel approaches to making invisibility cloaks more practical. Their latest work, published in a special issue of ...
 Electronic Specifier3 weeks ago Dateline Rice for Sept. 14, 2016  Rice University1 week ago US should act to support innovation in increasingly clean electric power technologies  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago Invisibility Cloak Based on Dielectric Photonic Crystals  Novus Light Today1 week ago

Engineering Student from India Recognized for Co-developing Smart Wireless Shoe Insole to Track Activity

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Nagaraj Hegde and fellow University of Alabama electrical engineering student Matthew Bries were recognized recently for designing and crafting a wireless shoe insole that monitors activity users on a mobile phone app. Hegde ...
 India-West1 week ago

Dehghanian receives honors for scholastic achievements

Payman Dehghanian, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University, was awarded the 2016 Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) Higher Standards Scholarship, was awarded a ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com2 weeks ago

Speak Out For Engineering Victoria 2016

Description Are you a student of Mechanical, Mechatronics or Bio Medical Engineering? or Are you an Associate member with ten or less years of professional registration? Would you like to improve your public speaking and ...
 Institution of Mechanical Engineers3 weeks ago
Printed Electronics World

Iowa State Engineers Treat Printed Graphene with Lasers to Enable Paper Electronics

The researchers in Jonathan Claussen's lab at Iowa State University (who like to call themselves nanoengineers) have been looking for ways to use graphene and its amazing properties in their sensors and other technologies. Graphene is a wonder ...
 Medical Design Technology1 week ago Printed graphene treated with lasers to enable paper electronics  Printed Electronics World1 week ago Laser processing could bring graphene into the real world  MaterialsToday2 weeks ago Device to control 'color' of electrons in graphene provides path to future electronics  Space Daily2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Diploma holders in the lurch

Why is it that students who join engineering courses in the lateral entry scheme don't fare well in campus placements? Lakshmi (name changed), an electrical and electronics engineering (EEE) graduate from a reputed college, who graduated this ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
The Press NZ

Design, build, race

Tauhara College students Denis Mansell, left, and Joshua Love-Parata A movie inspired the electric bike a group of students from Tauhara College, Taupo, are building. "I was watching The World's Fastest Indian, and I thought, why don't we do ...
 The Press NZ2 weeks ago Taupo students build electric bike for EVolocity Waikato weeks ago
EE Times Europe

Graphene discovery promises advances in next-gen electronics, energy

A discovery by Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ) engineers has found that by simply baking graphene in a microwave oven yields high-quality graphene that can be used in next-generation electronic and energy devices. "This is a major advance in ...
 EE Times Europe3 weeks ago
World Economic Forum

Just one second in the microwave could be the key to high-quality graphene

Engineers have found a simple method for producing high-quality graphene: bake the compound in a microwave oven. This is a major advance in the graphene field, says Manish Chhowalla, professor and associate chair in the department of materials ...
 World Economic Forum1 week ago One Minute in the Microwave Produces Superior Graphene  A2C22 weeks ago Microwaves Utilized to Create High-Quality Graphene  A2C22 weeks ago Rutgers engineers use microwaves to make graphene  Composites World2 weeks ago
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