EE Newsletters

Loose Bits: Weekly Highlights Within EE

January 23, 2004


Here is what has been happening this week:

1. The National Science Foundation has awarded an additional $17,000 to Professors Mani Soma and Dave Allstot for their project titled "Research for Mixed Signal Electronic Technologies: A Joint Initiative Between NSF and SRC: Scalable Design and Test Methods for Single-Chip Multi-Link Radio-Frequency Transceivers."

2. We had a fabulous, standing-room only turn out for the EE Departmental Colloquium this week on 1/22. Professor Tatsuo Itoh from UCLA delivered the 2004 Akira Ishimaru lecture titled "Active Integrated Antenna Approach for Advance Wireless Communications." Click here to see the on-demand streaming video of this talk.

3. I would like to call everyone's attention to the Graduate Student Seminar that is held every Tuesday at 1:30 in room 303 EE1. This seminar is organized by the Graduate Student Association (GSA), and each week a graduate student gives a talk on their own research. This is a great way to learn what our graduate students are working on and what research projects are underway in the EE Department. A schedule of these talks can be found by clicking on this link.

Have fun!


Robert Bruce Darling, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor and Acting Chair
University of Washington
Department of Electrical Engineering, Box 352500
Seattle, WA 98195-2500
office phone: 206-616-0959
dept. fax: 206-543-3842