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Miniature and durable spectrometer for wearable applications
  1. Miniature and durable spectrometer for wearable applications

    A team led by P.C. Ku and Qing Qu has developed a miniature, paper-thin spectrometer measuring 0.16mm2 that can also withstand harsh environments.

  2. Best paper for a low-power ADC circuit for brain-machine interface applications

    Euisik Yoon’s team, led by Sungjin Oh, developed a low-power neural recording front-end circuit to interface with state-of-the-art neural probes.

  3. Jesse Codling wins Best Presentation award for sensors that help protect these little piggies in their pens

    Known affectionately as “The Sh*tty Project,” Codling, an ECE PhD student, monitors the vibrations in pig pens to track the health of the piglets and predict when they’re in danger.

  4. Mike Flynn named Fawwaz T. Ulaby Collegiate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

    Flynn is one of the world’s premier scholars of analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits and systems, analog-to-digital conversion (ADC), and other interface circuits.

  5. Breakthrough in green micro-LEDs for augmented/mixed reality devices

    Prof. Zetian Mi’s team are the first to achieve high-performance, highly stable green micro-LEDs with dimensions less than 1 micrometer on silicon, which can support ultrahigh-resolution full-color displays and other applications.

  6. Seeing electron movement at fastest speed ever could help unlock next-level quantum computing

    New technique could enable processing speeds a million to a billion times faster than today’s computers and spur progress in many-body physics.

  7. CHIPS and Science Act: Implications and Opportunities

    The CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 promises to revitalize the U.S. semiconductor industry. Dennis Sylvester offers his perspective on what it means for ECE.

  8. First light soon at the most powerful laser in the US

    The ZEUS laser at the University of Michigan has begun its commissioning experiments

  9. Photosynthesis copycat may improve solar cells

    The new approach moves energy efficiently and could reduce energy losses converting light into electricity.

  10. Next generation neural probe leads to expanded understanding of the brain

    The hectoSTAR probe, with 128 stimulating micro-LEDs and 256 recording electrodes integrated in the same neural probe, was designed for some stellar brain mapping projects

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