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WiscWind team members at 2022 Collegiate Wind Competition

UW–Madison team advances to finals in 2023 wind competition

A group of students from the University of Wisconsin–Madison will again compete in the nation’s most prominent undergraduate-level wind energy competition for the eighth consecutive year. UW–Madison’s team, known as…

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March 30, 2023

12 students receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Twelve students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering have earned National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, one of the most prestigious fellowships for graduate research in the country….

March 10, 2023

Solis provides solace for students studying plasma physics

Solis is a student-led group where women and gender minorities in plasma physics at UW-Madison can find a sense of community. Plasma physics is a broad research field that spans…

March 7, 2023

Graduate student gains international perspective on nuclear engineering

Ryan Dailey, a graduate student in the Reactor Technology Integration Group led by Assistant Professor Ben Lindley, attended the 2023 Nuclear Innovator Cultivation Camp (NICC) hosted by Tokyo Tech and…

Maitreyee Marathe, UW–Madison PhD student in electrical and computer engineering, presents a flash talk about optimal energy rationing for prepaid electricity customers during the Wisconsin Energy Institute (WEI) Research Showcase at the WEI building on the the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus on Feb. 17, 2023. (Photo by Matthew Wisniewski / Wisconsin Energy Institute)
February 28, 2023

ECE PhD Student winner at Wisconsin Energy Institute’s Energy Research Showcase

Fourth-year PhD student studying Electrical and Computer Engineering, Maitreyee Marathe was one of five UW-Madison College of Engineering students to win an award for the Flash Talk session at the…

February 17, 2023

Get to Know CBE’s Graduate Student Admissions Team

Two key people involved in the CBE PhD admissions process,  Kate Fanis and Professor Reid Van Lehn, share with me information about their roles, their decisions to work in the department, and their love for Madison. They also share the most exciting parts of being a CBE graduate student.

ECE PhD Student Tessa Haldes
January 6, 2023

Haldes receives doctoral research grant

Tessa Haldes, an electrical and computer engineering PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison working in the lab of Philip Dunham Reed Professor Susan Hagness, was selected to receive a…

ECE Student Varsha Pendyala
January 6, 2023

Pendyala and Sethares win best paper award

Varsha Pendyala, an electrical and computer engineering PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, recently received two awards. Pendyala, along with ECE Professor William Sethares and Dr. Viji Easwar from…

December 19, 2022

Explore Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics faculty advisors and research

The Department of Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is home to the Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics (NEEP) graduate program. For an overview of department research focus areas,…

December 19, 2022

Explore Engineering Mechanics faculty advisors and research

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Engineering Mechanics (EM) program will be joining the Department of Mechanical Engineering in 2023 to benefit from consolidation of expertise in the discipline. Students will continue…

UW branded graphic that shows four Polaroid photos on a rope with ECE students in the photos.
December 14, 2022

ECE Department news and student panel featured during Virtual Alumni Town Hall

On December 8th, ECE alumni from across the country participated in a Virtual Town Hall hosted by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering via Zoom. ECE graduates from the…