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Researchers construct computational circuit boards with DNA

Professor Georg Seelig and his team utilize a new method called "DNA dominoes," using spatial organization to build nanoscale computational circuits made of synthetic DNA. The research was published in Nature Nanotechnology.

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Professor Kannan receives NSF grant to improve groundbreaking nanopore sequencing of DNA

Assistant Professor Sreeram Kannan leads a $1.2 million collaborative NSF CIF grant. The research aims to design new algorithms for sequencing DNA using nanopore readers.

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8 faculty named 2017 Amazon Catalyst Fellows

In a partnership with the University of Washington, Amazon Catalyst supports bold solutions to world problems.

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UW EE leads NIST PSCR grant for next-generation broadband

The UW is one of 19 universities awarded the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) grant to develop performance analysis tools for the proposed next-generation broadband LTE based FirstNet.

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UW team achieves a factor of 10 performance improvement for BCI Recording Systems

UW researchers present a system that addresses BCI challenges, increasing channel recording density by ten times current state-of-the-art systems.

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UW researchers develop world's first battery-free phone

The breakthrough technology harvests the few microwatts of power it requires from either ambient radio signals or light to energize the device.

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For Industry Sponsors

UW EE faculty and students maintain close relationships with industry members, who benefit from student assistance on cutting-edge research projects and the ability to network with faculty experts. In return, the department gains advice from valuable industry partners and students obtain mentorship and real-world project experience.

If you aren’t already connected to UW EE, we invite you to get involved!

Annual UW EE Career Fair

Attended by more than 300 students annually, the UW EE Career Fair is an excellent opportunity for companies and potential employers to connect with students about job and internship opportunities! More »

Casino Night

The student-run society HKN/ IEEE hosts the popular Casino Night, which attracts hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students. The fun, interactive event provides industry representatives a chance to talk with students about their goals and interests and recruit for upcoming career opportunities. More »

ENGINE — Engineering Entrepreneurial Capstone

Work with a dedicated group of students on entrepreneurial engineering projects through this Senior Capstone Design course. By working in teams on industry sponsored projects, students develop skills in innovation, systems engineering and project management. Interested companies should contact Professor Payman Arabshahi. More »

UW EE Entrepreneurship

The University of Washington has long fostered a culture of innovation, which was confirmed with the recent ranking by Reuters as the most innovative public university in the world in 2015. Playing a lead role in this success is UW EE, which has the second most engineering start-ups at UW since 2009. More »

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