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Professors Blake Hannaford and Eric Klavins Named Amazon Catalyst Fellows

Hannaford and Klavins have joined a community of innovators – The Amazon Catalyst Fellows. In a partnership with the University of Washington, Amazon Catalyst supports bold solutions to world problems.

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Researcher Tamara Bonaci Describes the Next Frontier of Brain Hacking

Ars Technica sat down with Bonaci to discuss the next generation of hacking - the brain. As we evolve our technical efficiencies, brain hacking becomes a probable next step in the development of computer hacking capabilities.

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New AccessMap Offers Seattle Pedestrians More Accessible Routes

UW EE doctoral students Nick Bolten and Sumit Mukherjee are working alongside other researchers on AccessMap, which offers suggestions for people who need accessible or pedestrian-friendly routes.

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Ph.D. Student Rahil Jain Receives Third at GIX Innovation Competition

SmartDx app improves the accuracy of infectious disease rapid tests by combining crucial contextual information with the physical test.

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Two UW EE Seniors Selected as IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholars

UW EE seniors Bryan Bednarski and Jaclyn Wilson receive scholarship awards from IEEE’s Power & Energy Society.

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EE-CSE Team Among Top for Amazon's Alexa Prize

The UW is one of 12 top teams from around the world to receive Amazon's sponsorship in The Alexa Prize. The sponsorship includes a $100,000 stipend towards the grand challenge of developing a socialbot with the ability to converse coherently and engagingly for 20 minutes.

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For Students

This is your home.

Whether you’re spending a late night in the lab or reading a text book on the Paul G. Allen Center lawn, this is your home. At UW EE, you have an so many opportunities. And, although they center around a top engineering education, these opportunities also encompass several other engagements, including:

  • Clubs
  • Scholarships
  • Research
  • Events

Clubs

We have several engineering clubs on campus, including the IEEE/HKN student branch and Engineering Student Advisory Council. View more student organization opportunities on our Clubs page.

Scholarships

The Electrical Engineering Department has several types of scholarships available to all undergraduate and graduate students. Below are current resources and links:

Research

Because our faculty research spans across disciplines, UW EE is a top department to gain valuable research experience. From large robotics to microscopic semiconductors, there is always something to invent and build. Please view our lab pages to search for the best research fit for you.

Events

There’s always a spark at EE, and we love to celebrate it. Please view our upcoming events on our Engagement Page. You can also view what the whole UW is up to on the campus calendar.

Available Opportunities

    Mentors

    Other Opportunities