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// Electrical & Computer Engineering
July 5, 2016
Tags: ECE, graduate student, Sheida Malekpour, Shirzad Malekpour, twins
// Engineering Physics
Tags: Corradini, EP, WEI, Wisconsin Energy Institute
July 2, 2016
Tags: alumni, ECE, In the Media, Matt Younkle, Mike Splinter, Rimas Buinevicius, WISC Partners
// Chemical & Biological Engineering
June 29, 2016
Tags: American Vacuum Society, chemical and biological engineering, Manos Mavrikakis
// Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Tags: BME, Chris Brace, Daniel van der Weide, ECE, Elucent, Fred Lee, In the Media, NeuWave, startups, Xconomy
// Industrial & Systems Engineering
June 28, 2016
Tags: engineering, ISyE, Morgan Price, My Car Does What?
June 27, 2016
Tags: In the Media, Internet of Things Lab, ISyE
June 24, 2016
Tags: EP, gift, graduate fellowship, Meister, nuclear engineering
Tags: CAD tools, computer aided design, Electrical and computer engineering, Integrated circuit design, microprocessors, Moore's law, routing
// Mechanical Engineering
June 23, 2016
Tags: Award, Faculty, ME, Osswald, Society of Plastics Engineers