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Beyond Moore's Law: A Q&A with Christof Teuscher
Maseeh Professor charts a course for a post-silicon world.
Is this the Beginning of the End for the Serial Number?
With a novel algorithm and a high-resolution terahertz laser scanner, Dr. Suresh Singh might change the way we keep track of our most valuable possessions.
ECE Grad Student Upgrades System-on-a-Chip Teaching Tool
Tejaswini Angal was commended by Imagination Technologies for her efforts to improve the MIPSfpga educational resources offered by its university program.
Design Verification Competition Gives Portland State Students an Industry Advantage
The annual Need for Speed Veloce Emulation Competition, co-sponsored by Mentor Graphics, connects Portland State engineering talent to careers in an emerging field.
Intelligent Sleep Mask Promises Better Sleep
Engineering students launch new start-up with support from a capstone program for budding entrepreneurs.
Aging in Place
In PSU’s Biomedical Signal Processing Lab, Research Associate Professor Eric Wan develops technologies that apply signal processing and machine learning to solve a number of problems, including those faced by older adults who have made the choice to age in place.
Creating 21st Century Tools to Support Braille Learners
Dr. Holly Lawson and colleagues are developing new eLearning platforms, materials, and tools to help visually impaired adults, educators, and service providers successfully learn Unified English Braille.
Cyber Discovery Camp
PSU hosts teams of high school students and teachers at an interdisciplinary summer camp designed to cultivate cyber citizenship and interest in STEM-related fields.
E.T. Revisited: Experiments in Transmission
How one professor challenged his students to design a low-cost rescue beacon using no more power than that of a solar powered garden light.
Educating the Next Generation of Power Engineers
In the PGE Foundation Power Engineering Education Laboratory, undergraduate and graduate students under the guidance of Dr. Robert Bass are gaining the experiences they'll need to power a rapidly changing world.
Collaboration, Inspiration, Breakthrough
Innovation: Dr. Robert Daasch, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Dr. Glenn Shirley, Adjunct Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, develop a method for supporting decision-making in the testing and manufacturing of semiconductors
Meet Joe Rawson
Joe Rawson proves that you don't need to take a straight path to get to where you want to go.
Meet Nicole Zimmerman
Undergraduate student in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
Mr. Roboto - Bringing quantum computing to life
Movement Measures - Using technology in the battle against Parkinson's Disease
Meet Martin Siderius
Dr. Siderius’ research focuses on underwater acoustics.
Meet Christof Teuscher
Dr. Teuscher’s research focuses on the future of computers.
Meet Professor Marek Perkowski
Marek Perkowski is helping to lay the groundwork for quantum computers.
Meet Professor Robert Daasch
Robert Daasch has a passion for students. He works hard to make sure they are successful.
Meet Professor Lisa Zurk
"It is exciting to have my work in electromagnetics and acoustics contribute to the burgeoning research activity in the ECE department."