Department Calendar

Tuesday
March 31
Research Colloquium
10:30am | EEB 105

Tuesday
April 7
Research Colloquium
10:30am | EEB 105
Professional Master's Program Information Session
6:00pm | Electrical Engineering Building, Room 303

Thursday
April 9
EE Undergraduate Prospective Info Session
2:30pm | EEB 303

Tuesday
April 14
Research Colloquium
10:30am | EEB 105

Thursday
April 16
EEIC Poster Contest
4:00pm | Paul Allen Center Atrium

Tuesday
April 21
Research Colloquium
10:30am | EEB 105

Friday
April 24

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Special Announcements

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Join Electrical Engineering for Discovery Days!
Students and faculty from Electrical Engineering, together with other UW Engineering Departments, demonstrate their work to the community April 24-25.

EE Professional Master’s Program Info. Session
The Professional Master’s Program is designed for the busy schedules of working professionals. Learn more at an upcoming information session Tuesday, April 7, 6pm.

Department News

Now Online: UW EE's 2015 Research Review
Highlighting cutting-edge research conducted by UW EE faculty and students, the Electrical Engineering Kaleidoscope is online and ready to view!

UW EE in the News: Nanolaser Enables On-Chip Photonics
EE Faculty Member Arka Majumdar’s work is featured in the EE Times.

Bright Future: EE Faculty Create New Energy Efficient Nanolaser
Assistant Professor Arka Majumdar and Affiliate Associate Professor Xiaodong Xu create an ultra-low threshold nanolaser using a single atomic sheet.

The Nature of Flight: EE Faculty Member Studies Animals to Inform Flight
The new UW Nature-Inspired Flight Technologies and Ideas center allows EE Associate Professor Matt Reynolds to build on his work with neural and EMG telemetry for insects.

UW EE in the News: UW EE senior Jay Feng is featured in the following news articles for his data analysis work to map crime in Seattle: GeekWire, King5 News and Sun Times.

Crime Report: UW EE Student Predicts Crime in Seattle
By analyzing police data from 911 calls, Electrical Engineering senior Jay Feng maps crimes to discover trends, such as which calls are most urgent.

UW EE Ranked #18 by U.S. News & World Report
UW Electrical Engineering is ranked #18 in U.S. News & World Report’s recent listing of the best graduate schools for 2016.

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