- Science and Engineering Hall
Science and Engineering Hall
GW's new Science and Engineering Hall (SEH)—the largest academic building dedicated to these fields in the nation's capital.
- Probe Station
This state of the art equipment allows for voltage and current measurements on a nanoscale level. The probe station is used in the fields of VLSI, MEMS and Bio-electrics.
- ECE Teaching Lab
ECE Teaching Lab
The ECE Laboratories are located on the B2, 5th and 6th floors of Science and Engineering Hall. Each of the individual rooms in the ECE Labs is dedicated to one or more areas within the electrical or computer engineering disciplines.
- Novel opto-electronics devices and energy-conversion solutions
Novel opto-electronics devices and energy-conversion solutions
Professor Volker Sorger's research team is investigating novel opto-electronics devices and energy-conversion solutions, primarily at nanoscale dimensions.
Amir Etemadi and Ergun Simsek have received a three-year, $327,246 grant from the National Science Foundation
Their project is titled “Catastrophic impacts of geomagnetic disturbances on power system operation: Analysis and Mitigation”..
Congratulations to the ECE students/student teams who presented their senior design projects and competed in the 2016 Pelton Award for Outstanding Senior Project competition held during graduation week..
Prof. Volker Sorger was recently awarded the GW University Facilitating Funds (UFF) for his proposal entitled "Towards a Smart Contact Lens".
Post Doctoral Scientist Position at the High Performance Computer Architecture and Technologies (HPCAT) Lab
ECE Post-Doctoral Scientist reports to Professor Ahmed Louri and works primarily in a computing lab. The focus of the research centers around developing specific computer hardware.
ECE is searching for a full-time Post-Doctoral Scientist that will report directly to the Professor Howie Huang the Principal Investigator and assist with research initiatives related to the study of identifying trends in big data.
The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering invites applications for a non-tenure accruing contract faculty position at the rank of Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Practice in to begin as early as the Spring Semester 2017.
The goal of this work is to develop a wearable head-up display. Our research will set a path the way towards functional microsystems that will superimpose information, via light, over a person’s field of view. In doing so, it overcomes the enigma of augmented reality, a known grand challenge for engineering today. With the ability to actualize augmented reality (AR), advancements in numerous applications will unfold. Incorporation of AR could be seen in various area, such as education, training, navigation, and cross-cultural communication. It could not only revolutionize human-machine-interface, but they could also bridge the gap between patients and healthcare professionals.
In the advancement of alternative energy sources, and the critical importance of the global warming, magnetic refrigeration is a promising energy efficient and environmentally friendly technology to replace conventional vapor-compression techniques. Our research aims to design, develop, and implement the first scalable commercially viable compressor-free magnetic refrigerator system.