Interesting summary article on the C-SCoRE program. Profs. Vince Mooney and Greg Durgin are spearheading the effort for this DoD program for exposing ROTC students to research.
Archives for June 2018
Congratulations to Billy Kihei, Cheng Qi, and John Avery, the Georgia Tech iCorps teams that just completed the most recent NSF iCorps program in San Francisco. The team conducted more than 100 customer-discovery interviews in the field of vehicle communications and low-powered sensing. Their final presentation won the “People’s Choice Award” among the field of 20 participant teams. Way to go, guys!
The University of Washington EE Department hosts the Lytle Lecture series, dating back quite a ways. In addition to the recent lecture by Prof. Durgin, this series has — over the last decade — hosted numerous talks about how low-powered communications and energy-harvesting technology have changed over the years. Here is an example by a visiting Associate Professor in 2010. (Thanks to my friend, Prof. Denise Wilson, for the invitation.)
We remember the life of Prof. Tom Michaels, who passed away last week in Spokane, WA, surrounded by family. Tom was a beloved emag teacher and renowned researcher in the field of non-destructive testing. He was a very popular emag teacher in the school and coordinated many classes of senior design students. Despite physical ailments, he was always upbeat, a classy role model for young engineers. Below is a video of Prof. Michaels substituting for me in ECE 3025. He will be greatly missed.