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Electrical & Computer Engineering

This section of the college news site gathers stories that feature the faculty, students, staff and programs of the UA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. For detailed information about all other aspects of ECE, please visit the department website.

Electrical & Computer Engineering News

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From Professor to Provost: University Honors Jeff Goldberg

As his term as interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost comes to a close, former dean of the College of Engineering and newly appointed Dean Emeritus Jeff Goldberg reflects on his 34 years at the University of Arizona.
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UA Prepares Students for Careers in Intelligence and Information

A $1.5M grant from the Defense Intelligence Agency gives students across campus a way to learn more about intelligence operations, including those related to electrical and computer engineering.
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Self-Driving Could Get a Big Boost If This Automotive Radar Startup Is on the Right Track

A product developed by electrical and computer engineer Hao Xin could speed the development of driverless technology.
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NSF Early Career Award Winner Is Caching In on More Memory

UA electrical and computer engineering assistant professor Tosiron Adegbija will use $500,000 to make computers more energy-efficient and conduct STEM outreach.

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