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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture EECS News@WSU 2016

From the Director’s Desk

Behrooz ShiraziI hope you enjoy our latest edition of the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science newsletter. This year, as we celebrate Washington State University’s 125th anniversary, it’s a perfect time to look back at our school successes and forward to our future accomplishments.. [more]

Research

Washington State University researchers have developed a “smart” sock to track ankle edema, a symptom of many serious medical conditions, at home.Smart-Sock: Monitoring ankle edema at home

Washington State University researchers have developed a “smart” sock to track ankle edema, a symptom of many serious medical conditions, at home. [more]

Grant funds “smart city” power grid lab at WSU

Addressing the critical national need for a reliable and secure electric power grid, WSU researchers are building the most comprehensive “smart city” laboratory in the United States to test smart grid technologies. [more]

WSU researchers plan for
real-world test of microgrid systems

WSU researchers were part of a team who received a $1.2 million Department of Energy grant to design a sophisticated circuit breaker for “microgrids,” or power grids that are on small, more localized scales. [more]

Students

WSU Students Rae Marks and Joanne Magtiby with Professor Shira Broschat.Bringing more women to computer science

With continuing industry demand, especially in the state of Washington, WSU’s School of EECS is focusing efforts on bringing and keeping more women in computer science. [more]

Providing the chance for everybody to code

More than a dozen middle school girls joined in this summer’s “Learn to Code! Programming for Girls” workshops at WSU Pullman. [more]

And More…

SEL and WSU build strong partnership

Schweitzer gift in memory of Professor Al Flechsig

WSU computer science and engineering programs get underway across the state