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ECEE Connections
Sparky spends time with visitng students on field trip day at the 2012 Engineering Open House.

alumni newsletter - fall 2012
volume 11 - number 1


featured ecee news

New app developed by ECEE researchers receives prestigious award
iJDSP app, now available on iTunes App market, selected for the Premier Award at the IEEE FIE 2012 Conference. Read online

Impressive freshman class sets big goals
Record-breaking freshman engineering class brings powerful aspirations and dedication. Read online

African students earn degrees through ASU partnership
Ten African students representing the first class of MasterCard Foundation Scholars begin their studies at ASU. Read online

Electrical Engineering undergraduate gains valuable experience through WISE internship
Undergrad spends the summer interning in Washington while researching public policy topic through the WISE program. Read online

A new look at proteins in living cells
ECEE professor's work advances the study of membrane proteins in their native state. Read online

Breakthrough technology focuses in on disease traits of single cells
The Cellarium, a laboratory of environmentally controlled chambers, enables investigation of detailed behavior of individual cells. Read online

Engineers win vehicle challenge
Engineering team wins automated vehicle challenge in Colorado. Read online

annual report 2011-2012

Integrating solar technology into the power grid
Collaboration between APS and ASU professors makes strides in preparation and understanding of solar energy grid. Read online

Cockroaches introduce high school students to engineering
Music, remote controls and some obliging roaches teach high school students basic electronic brain signals. Read online

CAREER workshop led by ECEE professor
NSF reaches out to ECEE professor to help make award more accessible to new professors Read online

Kozicki brings new technology to market
PMC technology, developed by ECEE professor, represents the future of memory storage capacity. Read online

View the full annual report (PDF)


engineering alumni chapter networking mixer, january 17

Join the Engineering Alumni Chapter for a networking mixer on January 17

Thursday, January 17, 5:30 - 7 p.m.
Embassy Suites Phoenix - Tempe Hotel
4400 South Rural Road
Tempe, AZ 82582
Register online

Why attend
Meet employers that are currently hiring.

Connect with your alumni chapter's board and active members.

Welcome the class of 2012.

What to bring
Come prepared with business cards and copies of your resume because alumni and new grads have had formal interviews or were hired on-the-spot at previous mixers.

more alumni events

ASU Maroon and Gold: Professional Mixer, January 16, 2013
Connect with the Alumni Association and other ASU alumni at this evening social event at the San Tan Brewery, located in Chandler. Register

Spring Engineering Career Fair, February 19, 2013
Meet and network with hundreds of representatives from local and national companies seeking to hire engineers just like you. Learn more

Engineering Open House, March 1-2, 2013
See what students, faculty, labs and organizations are working on and showcasing at this family-oriented, hands-on event. Learn more

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Be sure to check out Full Circle to brush up on exciting news and accomplishments of Fulton Engineering and ECEE faculty and students. Do you have your own news to add to the ECEE section of Full Circle? We want you to remain a part of the ECEE family—share your stories with us about accomplishments, news and plans! Contact us at engineering@asu.edu so we can celebrate with you.

Help support ECEE with a small donation to benefit the success and innovation of your school. Donations go towards senior projects, student and faculty research, and improving the educational tools and opportunities we offer our students. To make a donation please call David Wahls at 480-727-0827, or mail your gift to Cynthia Moayedpardazi, P.O. Box 875706, Tempe, AZ 85287-5706. Please make checks payable to "Arizona State University" with "Electrical Engineering" noted in the memo line.

School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering
Arizona State University
P.O. Box 875706
Tempe, AZ 85287-5706