UC Davis electrical and computer engineering (ECE) professor Juan Sebastian Gomez-Diaz received a Department of Defense grant for research into ultrathin, ‘smart’ infrared sensors that could revolutionize infrared sensing technology.
Researchers from UC Davis Professor Houman Homayoun's Accelerated, Secure, and Energy-Efficient Computing Lab (ASEEC) Lab and Johns Hopkins University received the Best Oral Presentation Award at the 4th International Conference on Intelligent Medicine and Image Processing (IMIP).
On Friday, April 8, UC Davis' electrical and computer engineering (ECE) department's alumni, students, and professors presented groundbreaking research, creative projects, and inspirational stories at the annual UC Davis ECExpo.
Keysight Technologies, Inc. contributed to lab upgrades. The upgrades include construction, audio and visual equipment and acquisition of state-of-the-art test and measurement instrumentation for 32 workbenches.
Charles “Chuck” Nichols (electrical engineering '83) is among six UC Davis alumni recognized for 2022 Alumni Awards. Nichols, who served as president of the Cal Aggie Alumni Association (CAAA) for two years and as trustee of the UC Davis Foundation, receives the Jerry W. Fielder Award.
For the first time in university history, the W.M. Keck Foundation has awarded two research teams at the University of California, Davis, with $1 million each in the same award cycle. One grant will support the creation of new technology for communications and medicine that operates at wavelengths that are not currently utilized. Associate professors Josh Hihath and Sebastian Gomez-Diaz in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are leading the research.
James Nelson, a Ph.D. student in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Professor Andre Knoesen are developing electronic measurement techniques to study the behavior of yeast cells during the making of wine.
UC Davis’ Vice Chancellor - Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) and Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Renetta Tull will receive the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Head Association’s (ECEDHA) Diversity Award at their annual conference in March 2022. ECEDHA is the leading association for electrical and computer engineering educators, composed of nearly 250 ABET-accredited ECE university department heads or chairs from across the United States and Canada.
The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society and the Banatao Institute (CITRIS) are pleased to announce that M. Saif Islam, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of California, Davis, has been named the campus director of CITRIS at UC Davis.