UW EE Hosts Cybersecurity Awards Ceremony
Seven honorees will be recognized for their contributions to the cybersecurity field by the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity on May 28.
Electrical Engineering Department Awards 2015
Know of an outstanding faculty member, staff or student? Help us recognize their commitment to excellence by submitting award nominations by May 24.
It's Time to Sign up for the UW EE Graduation Celebration!
Graduating students, please register for the graduation celebration by May 24.
2015 Jelinek Summer Workshop in Speech and Language Technology
UW EE hosts the 20th annual Jelinek Workshop in Speech and Language Technology
BluHaptics Receives Most Promising Company Award
A start-up with origins in UW EE, BluHaptics was honored with the Most Promising Company Award at the Offshore Technology Conference.
UW EE in the News: Innovations: Are Potholes a Thing of the Past?
Professor Howard Chizeck’s startup, BluHaptics, is featured in this article, as is Professor Josh Smith’s wireless power work.
In the Fast Lane: EE Students Ready for EcoCAR3 Year 1 Competition
Shaping the future of cars, the UW EcoCar3 Team, which includes 32 EE students, will compete in the Year 1 Competition from May 29 to June 4 in Seattle.
Graduate Student Eldridge Alcantara Honored with Teaching Award
After volunteering to teach a core undergraduate class, Eldridge Alcantara has received the College of Engineering Graduate Student Award for Teaching!
Graduate Student Utku Baran Receives SPIE Scholarship
Congratulations to Utku Baran, honored with a prestigious Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics!
UW EE in the News: Deaf Jam: Experiencing Music Through A Cochlear Implant
Can cochlear implants be improved to provide a better musical experience? Prof. Les Atlas is working on software to do just that.
UW EE in the News: UW researchers hack a teleoperated surgical robot
EE researchers have hacked a teleoperated surgical robot to test how easily an attack could hijack remotely-controlled operations and to make those systems more secure.