UB Electrical Engineering News
A newsletter for students, alumni and friends of the 
University at Buffalo Department of Electrical Engineering.
Electrical Engineering: Department on the Rise
Pop quiz: UB electrical engineers are:
  1. Networking the oceans and making wireless 10 times faster.
  2. Developing cutting-edge disease diagnostic tools that are portable and affordable.
  3. Shrinking electronic devices to the nanoscale.
  4. Using machine learning to extract reliable information from unreliable data.
  5. All of the above.

The answer, of course, is all of the above.  Read more

Vortex laser offers hope for Moore’s Law
In a study published in the journal Science, Professors Natalia Litchinitser and Liang Feng developed an optics advancement could become a central component of next-generation computers designed to handle society’s growing demand for information sharing. 

Bioelectrical Engineering at EE
With funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Professor  Kwang Oh 's project, "Microfluidic 3D Capillary Network Test Phantom for Subdermal Vascular Imaging"  will create a physiologically accurate model of the human finger. 

Tiny graphene radios may lead to
Internet of Nano-Things
Professors Jonathan Bird, Erik Einarsson and Josep Jornet are working   to develop a wireless communication network in the terahertz band, a mostly untapped area of the electromagnetic spectrum. This research is funded by the 
U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

Faculty Awards, Distinctions & News
Qiaoqiang Gan: 
UB Exceptional Scholar
Professor Qiaoqiang Gan, has been honored as a UB Exceptional Scholar Young Investigator. The award is presented to untenured researchers whose work has garnered universal acclaim .

Liang Feng: 
ARO Young Investigator Program
Professor  Liang Feng  has been honored with an Army Research Office Young Investigator Program Award, one of the most prestigious awards the Army grants to early career researchers and scientists. 

Natalia Litchinitser Featured in American Chemical Society Chemical & Engineering News
The article, "Hyperlens lights a new path to nanofabrication" highlights Professor Natalia Litchinitser's work in which a metamaterial lens beats diffraction limit and could bolster photolithography.

EE Faculty Land BIG Project
Edward Furlani and Josep Jornet will collaborate on the project, developing a new class of programmable electrical stimulation devices with integrated sensor and communications technologies, for the Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics (BIG).  

EE welcomes students from around the world, across New York State or
from our own backyard, to study Electrical Engineering.