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Cutting-edge collaborative work between the research teams of Professors Qiangfei Xia (PI) and Joseph Bardin, both with Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at UMass Amherst, has resulted in a publication in Nature Communications. The title of the article is “Nanoscale Memristive Radiofrequency Switches,” and the authors are Shuang Pi, Mohammad Ghadiri-Sadrabadi, Joseph Bardin, and Qiangfei Xia. The original article can be viewed here.

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An article triggered by a College of Engineering and UMass News Office release about the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department’s 25th annual Senior Design Day was picked up by the Associated Press and appeared in media across the nation. The Hampshire Gazette published the UMass release, and the AP distributed the resulting Gazette article. Projects ranged from those that help the blind, a “smart kitchen,” digital exercise advice, and an aerial camera for video-taping action sports....

Joseph C. Bardin of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is one of 36 faculty members across the country named as recipients of the Office of Naval Research 2015 Young Investigator Program (ONR YIP) award. Bardin’s proposal, entitled Superconducting Nanowire Quantum Samplers, has requested a grant of $510,000 for three years. The 36 awardees were chosen from 383 research proposals. The ONR described the honor as “a defining moment” for the 36 grant recipients....

The College of Engineering Women’s Faculty Mentoring Group has just launched a new website called the “Engineering Women's Faculty Forum” (e-WFF): http://www.umass.edu/e-wff/. The group consists of Erin Baker, Caitlin Butler, Eleni Christofa, Aura Ganz, Lixin Gao, Song Gao, Chaitra Gopalappa, Friederike Jentoft, Maureen Lynch, Jenna Marquard, Ana Muriel, Mi-Hyun Park, Sarah Perry, Shelly Peyton, Sue Roberts, and Jessica Schiffman.

As the website notes, “Our goal is the development of successful engineering female faculty members in...

On Friday, April 24, seniors from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (ECE) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst will present, display, and demonstrate 21 clever and useful electronic inventions for the public. The ECE will host its 25th annual Senior Design Project Day on campus, when 21 teams of seniors will unveil a high-tech floor show for the electronics of the future. This year’s senior design projects include an electronic navigation system for visually impaired individuals, a drone model quadcopter that automatically videotapes action sports such as mountain...