Posts tagged with: "Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering"

Pirate ship robot racing at the Fourth Annual Robot Competition.

Robots race to find treasure chest as part of annual competition

It was a pirate’s life for freshmen engineering students at the fourth annual robot competition Dec. 1. Student competitors working […]

FIU to offer first Internet of Things degree in U.S.

FIU to offer first Internet of Things degree in U.S.

Smart watches, smart phones, many home security systems and autonomous vehicles: The Internet allows them to communicate with each other […]

Wearable sensor helps people keep tabs on drinking

Wearable sensor helps people keep tabs on drinking

Electrical engineers are creating a wearable sensor to help people manage their alcohol intake. Activity trackers monitor your steps; this […]

Focus on innovation: Origami antennas

Focus on innovation: Origami antennas

When critical data matters, finding better ways to transmit it can save time, money and even lives. A professor in […]

Jolene Fan

Worlds Ahead grad excels in computer engineering

Jolene Fan moved across the country when she was only 16 to study computer engineering at FIU. Today she is […]

Creative concept of the human brain

FIU takes an interdisciplinary approach to neuroscience research

The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It makes up two percent of a body’s mass yet […]

FIU and FPL unveil one-of-a-kind solar research facility

FIU and FPL unveil one-of-a-kind solar research facility

Solar array powers the grid while research initiatives will help further advance solar generation in Florida  FIU and Florida Power […]

FIU competition shines light on middle school innovators

FIU competition shines light on middle school innovators

Middle school students with posters and pointers in hand smoothed their blazers and business casual clothes and faced the do-or-die […]

Blind alumnus excels as NASA engineer

Blind alumnus excels as NASA engineer

In anticipation of NASA’s launch of the Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft on Thursday, Dec. 3, we sat down with electrical […]

Cyber conference highlights criminal activity under our noses

Cyber conference highlights criminal activity under our noses

In a bone-chilling demonstration, FIU alumnus and Secret Service Agent Robert Villanueva recently directed an operative to commit cybertheft from […]

Professor Stavros Georgakopoulos shows how researchers are bringing age-old origami techniques to 21st century space.

Origami research continues to unfold

  In January 2014, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in FIU’s College of Engineering and Computing announced that a National Science Foundation […]

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Students from FIU's College of Engineering and Computing helped design and build a satellite that will launch into space in 2015.

FIU in Space: Electrical engineering students build satellite in historic collaboration

If you teach, taught or parent a student, you know that it can be a challenge to keep students actively […]

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