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ECE Alumni David Fritz in arstechnica

David Fritz, PhD, ECE alumnus, is currently a Sandia researcher. Please see the Ars Technica publication for details.

Dr. Bunting has received the Teaching Excellence Award

Congratulations to Dr. Chuck Bunting on receiving the Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Teaching Excellence Award. This award is to recognize and encourage teaching excellence in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology at Oklahoma State University. Only 2 such awards are given each year and it includes a cash prize and a commemorative memento.

Congratulations to Dr. Bunting!

Four ECE faculty members awarded for Interdisciplinary Projects

Wed, June 20, 2012 - Today, OSU has announced the winners of its 2012 Interdisciplinary Creative Grant Awards, which funded 16 projects to support teaching, research and outreach, four of which are led by ECE faculty members. Congratulations to ECE principal investigators, Dr. Chuck Bunting (Development of a Multidisciplinary Program in Unmanned Systems), Dr. Nazanin Rahnavard (Remote Health Care Systems), Dr. Damon Chandler (Augmented Reality Research, Education and Outreach), and Dr.

Four ECE faculty members are promoted

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering has four faculty members promoted. Drs. Damon Chandler, Qi Cheng, and Weihua Sheng are promoted to Associate Professor (with tenure), and Dr. Guoliang Fan is promoted to Professor. Congratulations to them!

Dr. Alan Cheville accepts position at Bucknell University

Please join ECE in wishing Dr. Alan Cheville much success as he has accepted a position as Professor and Department Chair at Bucknell University.

Alan has made many great contributions while at OSU, and he's been a wonderful colleague. His work with assessment and accreditation has required more effort and commitment on his part than many will ever know, and the results have been outstanding for ECE and CEAT.

Dr. Abdolvand Wins Grant from NSF

Dr. Abdolvand was recently awarded a $254K grant from the National Science Foundation for three years. The objective of the proposed research is to significantly advance the field of MEMS bulk lateral-mode filters by putting forward innovative solutions that tackle the issues hindering widespread deployment of such filters, such as high insertion loss, extreme low-power handling, and limited bandwidth.

Dr. Stine Receives National Science Foundation Awards

Professor James Stine was recently awarded a 3-year grant from the National Science Foundation for a total of $890k along University of California Santa Cruz to build a memory compiler framework for Random-Access Memories (RAMs). Most academic Integrated Circuit (IC) design methodologies are inhibited by the availability of memories since commercially available memory compilers are often black box, not modifiable, and have limited available memory configurations.

ECE faculty members in the most recent IMPACT magazine

The most recent magazine Impact is now available online. School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty members Dr. Rama Ramakumar, Dr. Reza Abdolvand and Dr. Weihua Sheng are featured on page 22, page 28 and page 30 respectively.