Prof. Ali Bazzi was interviewed by WFSB News about technology that can save on energy costs.
The Career Champion Program interviewed ECE Assistant Professor Zongjie Wang on becoming a champion, sharing her career experience and information with students, and getting to learn more herself by talking with various people during career conversations.
ECE Professor Peter Willett interviewed ECE Professor Yaakov Bar-Shalom on many interesting aspects of his life including his childhood, interests, advice and contributions from his career. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) later published the interview. IEEE and it’s societies are widely recognized in the industry, and a trusted “voice” for engineering, computing, and technology information around the world.
ECE Professor Peter Willett interviewed Dr. Blair, Fellow of the IEEE and recipient of the 2001 IEEE Nathanson Award for Outstanding Young Radar Engineer. The conversation includes Blair’s memories on getting a PhD while working full time and having a family, going from math struggles to being a math star, working in a Navy lab, resolving disagreements on design with industry engineers and management, and much more The IEEE Aerospace and Electronics Systems society later published the interview.
A coffee style conversation between Rajeev Bansal of the University of Connecticut and Katina Michael of Arizona State University on all things engineering education, the need for ethics in computing curricula, experimental models of integrating engineering and the humanities, and the societal pay-offs of tertiary education with flow-on effects to industry and government. Looking back at his career Rajeev presents the case for engineering ethics as an critical outcome of student learning.
Scientific Sense by Gill Eapen presents Prof. Mehdi Anwar of the University of Connecticut -on Memristors, Neuromorphic Computing, Mysteries of the brain and the future of Computing.