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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

A red and gray machine is attached to wires and has clear bottles of liquid on top. A tray of test tubes is partially visible in the machine.

Mar 8, 2023

Going viral

The North Carolina Viral Vector Initiative in Research and Learning builds partnerships among academia, industry and government to become a boon to the biomanufacturing of viral vectors in the state and beyond. 

Mohammad Moussa

Feb 21, 2023

Silent spring

Voices demanding democratic reforms have mostly been silenced in the Middle East since the Arab Spring revolutions more than a decade ago. For a time, Mohammad Moussa helped elevate those voices for an American audience through poetry. Learn how his work as a spoken word artist was shaped by loss and grief and resonates to this day. 

Sanskriti Deva speaks from behind lecturn during an annual AAAS meeting.

Feb 20, 2023

ECE student takes an international stage

Sanskriti Deva, a junior in computer engineering, is staying busy this week as a featured speaker at the United Nations Association Global Engagement Summit and Havard’s annual WECode Conference.  

Scan of a film photo of Perry Grady standing on the bridge from the Wilson College of Textiles.

Feb 10, 2023

Remembering Professor Emeritus Perry Grady

Grady, who had also served as an associate dean with the Wilson College, help paved the way for Centennial Campus. 

Iqbal Husain, left, works with Taohid Latif ’22 on the latter’s Ph.D. project.

Feb 10, 2023

Providing FREEDM through a better power grid

Iqbal Husain, director of NC State’s FREEDM Systems Center and a distinguished professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, is on a mission to make the world cleaner, greener and easier to travel in. 

Dan Stancil

Feb 6, 2023

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Head Dan Stancil to step down, remain on faculty

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Head Dan Stancil will be stepping down from his position at the end of the 2022-2023 academic year. He will remain on the faculty in the EDE department where he plans to invest additional energy in the growth of quantum engineering and science activities across the College and University. 

Christina Koch dressed in her blue NASA uniform.

Feb 2, 2023

_pace, the final frontier

Koch, a native of Michigan who grew up in Jacksonville, N.C., and attended both the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and NC State, returned to her home state over the weekend for three standing-room-only, hour-long presentations at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ Astronomy Days, a triumphant return after three years off for the kid-friendly program because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Shree Nayar sitting on a red couch holding a clear sphere.

Jan 9, 2023

ECE alum awarded Okawa Prize for contributions to digital photography

ECE Alum, Shree Nayar, has changed the way visual information is captured and used by both machines and humans. He is honored with the 2022 Okawa Prize. 

Students work together at whiteboard.

Jan 4, 2023

ECE professor and alumna receive IEEE-USA Award

Leda Lunardi, ECE Professor, and Alice Parker, ECE alumna, have received the IEEE-USA Award for Distinguished Literary Contributions Furthering Public Understanding and the Advancement of the Engineering Profession.