The NSF Early Career Development (CAREER) Program offers support of early-career faculty, who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization.
Electrical engineers in the FAST Lab at the UW, recently demonstrated the novel radio system that uses a new high-frequency integrated CMOS chip and embedded processor.
The NSF Research Initiation Initiative (CRII) grant supports faculty early in their careers as a way to establish research independence. Each year, the NSF awards only 25 to 30 grants nationwide.
The SUPERB-ITS program at Berkeley prepares participants for graduate school and promotes research for societal good.
University of Washington electrical engineering researchers have shown that Google’s new machine learning-based system to identify toxic comments in online discussion forums can be bypassed.
Margaret Thompson, an EE Ph.D., and Timothy Brown, a philosophy Ph.D., were featured in Emory University’s “The Neuroethics Blog” for their investigation of ethics and engineering.