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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

illustration shows the shape of a brain, but made up of circuits.

Dec 4, 2023

AI networks are more vulnerable to malicious attacks than previously thought

A study finds AI tools are more vulnerable than previously thought to targeted attacks that effectively force AI systems to make bad decisions. 

NC State ROTC cadet Rileigh Sevigny attended Project Tuskegee 2.0 in Abilene Texas this summer, and learned about B-1 bombers.

Nov 16, 2023

Engineering students, ROTC cadets learn new skills at summer programs

This past summer, several cadets from ROTC Detachment 595 at NC State got a chance to participate in programs across the country, bringing back new knowledge and skills that will help them in their post college military careers.  

NC State Chancellor Larry Monteith stands in front of the Monteith Research Center.

Nov 6, 2023

A Leader Passes: Remembering Chancellor Larry Monteith

Chancellor Larry Monteith devoted his academic career as an electrical engineering professor, a College of Engineering dean and the 11th chancellor of NC State to advancing the university’s role in graduate research and its expansion as a research institution. Following a long decline in health, Monteith died peacefully at his home Thursday, according to his family.… 

A drawing on paper from the HELIOS project displayed on dry erase board.

Oct 31, 2023

HELIOS 25th anniversary event was out of this world

The NC State alumni who worked on the HELIOS project have certainly landed among the stars. 

From left: Dean Jim Pfaendtner, Admiral Daryl L. Caudle, Deborah Bell Young and Robert E. Troxler.

Oct 30, 2023

Three honored as Distinguished Engineering Alumni

Three College of Engineering graduates — Admiral Daryl L. Caudle, Robert E. Troxler and Deborah Bell Young — received the Distinguished Engineering Alumni (DEA) Award during a dinner and ceremony on campus on Nov. 25, 2023, as part of Red and White Week. 

Bell Tower in the spring

Oct 23, 2023

Muller and team awarded $2.9 million NIH grant

Associate professor Dr. Marie Muller will serve as principal investigator for the project, titled “Quantitative Assessment of Angiogenesis using Ultrasound Multiple Scattering." She and her team look to propose real-time quantitative assessment of angiogenesis based on Ultrasound Multiple Scattering (USMS) analysis from raw ultrasound data.  

Wolf Plaza during fall. Two bronze sculptures of wolves, one head down, the other howling.

Oct 9, 2023

NC State recognizes college faculty for innovation and entrepreneurship

Brian Floyd was honored with the Innovator of the Year award, and Franky So received the Entrepreneur of the Year award. 

red belltower at night

Oct 4, 2023

NC State to lead regional semiconductor innovation hub

NC State will use its engineering prowess to help shape domestic production of wide bandgap semiconductors. 

Michael Puzio, center, helps hold a piece of asteroid. On his left is a man and on his right is a woman, both helping to hold the asteroid fragment. Behind all three is a colorful mural depicting various celestial bodies and objects.

Sep 29, 2023

NASA lands samples from Bennu, an asteroid named by an NC State student

When Michael Puzio was 9 years old, he named an asteroid.