Quantum Computing at Davis (QCD) is a student research group that aims to educate undergraduate and graduate students in quantum information sciences by providing them with hands-on projects and workshops. They foster the quantum community at UC Davis through collaborations between faculty and students and facilitating the transition from top-quality coursework to publishable work.
Regardless of their senior design project focus–whether it was on plants, self-driving cars, robots or flying cows–this year’s group of electrical and computer engineering seniors said perseverance, problem solving, project management skills and teamwork were the most valuable takeaways they experienced as part of this year’s senior design projects.
Melisa Ekin Gulseren has been awarded a 2022 Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, for her potential contributions to the field of optics, photonics or related field.
Toluwa Odemuyiwa and Begum Kasap, two women pursuing advanced degrees in engineering, share highlights from their attendance at the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department Heads association (ECEDHA) iREDEFINE Workshop in New Orleans.
In five years at UC Davis, Dr. Jovana Veselinović conducted groundbreaking interdisciplinary work on using nanoporous gold to detect biomarkers of disease while falling in love with Davis. She is this year’s recipient of the College of Engineering’s Zuhair A. Munir Award for best doctoral dissertation.
A U.S. Navy veteran, a NASA intern and an American immigrant are among the seven students from the College of Engineering’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department to receive the 2022 Texas Instruments UC Davis ECE Scholarship.
When UCDavis ECE student Abdallah Hashem ’22 was a teenager in #Dubai, he remembers watching window washers hanging in the air cleaning the city’s many skyscrapers and thought there had to be a better way. There was.
Attendees of the 2022 Picnic Day enjoyed innovative and interactive demonstrations of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering's EE-Emerge program that included a candy robot, an Inspector Gadget-inspired robot hand, an interactive clock and an AetherHarp.
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.