ECE Newsletter Archives
The cover story of the Fall 2021 edition of our newsletter features our faculty member Dr. Nathalia Peixoto's inspiring and energetic mentoring activities at all levels from high school to doctoral students. We share our department's initiatives to provide hands-on lab experiences to students during the past year, as well as exciting developments and achievements of our faculty and students, such as participation in a robotic balloons competition and prestigious awards and grants our faculty have received.
The Fall 2020 edition of our newsletter celebrates ECE faculty and student research in COVID and non-COVID related areas. The cover story leads us through the exciting career path of research faculty member, Dr Elder. This edition also introduces us to new changes in the computer engineering programs and the new minor in ECE.
The Spring 2020 edition of our newsletter showcases our work in big data, engineering education, and online learning. We also welcome two new faculty members Sai Manoj and Khaled Khasawneh.
The Fall 2019 edition of our newsletter highlights our research in robotics from swarm robotics to underwater robotics and a robotic orchestra by our faculty members.
The Spring 2019 edition of our newsletter highlights our space initiatives from communication with satellites and space vehicles on missions to the moon.
The Fall 2018 edition of our newsletter celebrates the achievements of the Mason Rocketry Club which captured the first place in the target altitude event at the Battle of the Rockets competition.
The Spring 2018 edition of our newsletter showcases the new Cyber-Physical Systems Lab which was created by Kai Zeng and Jim Jones and contains industrial controllers and tethered drones.
The Fall 2017 edition of our newsletter showcases the award-winning senior design project “ASTRA Active Shooter Tactical Response Assistant.”
The Spring 2017 edition of our newsletter introduces three new faculty members: Feitian Zhang and Cameron Nowzari (robotics) and Xiang Chen (computer engineering) who joined us in fall 2016.
In this edition of our department's newsletter, you will be able to read the inspiring story of our alumna Ashley Stroupe who is now a staff engineer at the NASA jet propulsion laboratory and drives the “Mars Rover Opportunity.”
In this inaugural newsletter of our department, you will find articles related to our engineering degree programs, including a remarkable story about an invention developed by two undergraduates for their senior design project that received worldwide media attention and even an appearance on the “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”