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New Student Retreat An opportunity for first year and transfer students to get away for a weekend in order to meet new students, reflect on how the year is going so far, and spend time in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Get future dates
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Join SHPE and take advantage of its Career Fair. Officers
The electrical engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET http://www.abet.org/
2014 Students have a fun video answer!
Startup explorers Andrew Mewborn and Armand Pizzicarola plan to write about their journey to South America to explore the emerging entrepreneurial culture. Read about their adventure on GeekWire!
Dr. Henry Louie was awarded a Global Research Grant for his Indicators of Sustainable Off-Grid Energy Systems project. The grant covers transportation and accommodations for a trip to Zambia to conduct research and is provided by the Office of the Associate Provost for Global Engagement here at SU. Congratulations Dr. Louie!
About 45 ECE students toured Puget Sound Energy's Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility in Ellensburg, Washington. The students toured the grounds and even went inside one of the wind turbines. The tour is part of Dr. Louie's Renewable Energy Systems course (ECEGR 452).
Congratulations to Rashpal Bassi, Patrick Berg, Alexander Grunerud, and Michael Koppi for passing the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam! This is a great step in the process towards earning a P.E. license; check out more information on the exam here!
Congratulations to Dr Agnieszka Miguel for receiving the Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability fellowship for her research on Snow Leopard Identification using Digital Image Processing! Read more about it here:
Dr Chen's Power Systems Analysis class (ECEGR 451) toured Seattle City Light's Massachusetts Substation on May 22nd. City Light personell provided the students with safety training and introduced them to various three-phase system components, including circuit breakers, transformers, and protective relays.
Projects Day 2014
Come support students in the College of Science and Engineering and attend Projects Day this year! It is a free event, showcasing students' dedication, innovation, and hard work. RSVP here!
Congratulations to our six Electrical and Computer Engineering students who have
been awarded the Bannan Scholarship: Sara Beery, Aklilu Biniam, Larisa Brown,
Timofey Dukhnovskiy, Alexander Govan, and Roy Wilkie! Honoring Seattle
University benefactor and business leader, Thomas J. Bannan, the Bannan
scholarships benefit upper-level scholars selected for academic achievement and
a commitment to service. The scholars receive a merit award of $5,000 per year
and continue their commitment to service working as a group in shared service
Left to right: Alexander Gonavan, Timofey Dukhnovskiy, Aklilu Biniam, Sara Beery, Larisa Brown, Roy Wilkie
With a record-setting grant from the NSF, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is working to meet an industry need! The ECE Department is featured in an article in the Commons.
This weekend, ECE student Trevor Youngquist will be inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit Honor Society! No more than 4% of Juniors, Seniors, and graduate students at Seattle University are selected for membership in Alpha Sigma Nu. Congratulations again Trevor!
During winter quarter 2014, Dr. John Carter taught a course titled
Mathematical Models of Wave-Energy Extraction. ECE students from the class, Derek Gowrylow, Loren Klemesrud, Pat Sprenger, and
Jonathan West spent their spring break in Chile applying their studies from the course. They learned about models of water waves, wave-energy extraction devices, the associated
mathematics and engineering, and Chilean culture before traveling to Chile to then work with experts in the Department of Hydraulic and Environmental
Engineering at the Pontific Catholic University of Chile ("La Catolica"). Learn more about their trip here!
Dr John Carter's Page: http://fac-staff.seattleu.edu/carterj1/web/chile2014/chile2014.htm
Derek Gowrylow was one of six selected from a worldwide pool of undergraduate applicants to represent Seattle University and the ECE Department at the annual exposition in Chicago. He will receive a free trip to the exposition and will gain a lot of visibility for himself and Seattle University. Join us in congratulating our new student ambassador!
You can view his application video here:
Dr Henry Louie spoke to the Seattle University Center for Justice and Sustainability about a project he and and Seattle University affiliated volunteers began in rural Kenya in December 2013. Here is an excerpt from the article:
"Dr. Louie (Assistant Professor in the
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) suggests that engineers
often spend their time making incremental changes to luxury items. Humanitarian
engineering, on the other hand, “gets back to the roots of the profession of
engineering” by providing energy, clean water, shelter and health care for
those most in need. Since his expertise is in electricity and power, Dr. Louie
seeks out projects that address “energy poverty” – or the fact that about 1.4
billion people do not have access to electricity."
See the link below for more the full story:
Senior design students place their books aside a bit, roll up their sleeves, and put into action their training and skills in year-long design projects that involve real projects and real clients;
See what the project teams are designing on our YouTube Channel.
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Assistant Professor Henry Louie won the 2013 IEEE Region 6 Northwest Area Outstanding Educator Award. University and pre-university educators from Alaska, Washington and Oregon were considered for the award. The purpose of the award is to “To honor IEEE members and current University or pre-University classroom teachers who have inspired an appreciation and understanding of Mathematics, Science and Technology and the engineering process in students, and who have encouraged students to pursue technical careers.” Dr. Louie was recognized in part for his involvement in creating the IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarship Plus Initiative, a nation-wide program promoting power engineering by offering scholarships to undergraduate students, and his founding of the local Energy Workforce Workshop, which introduced community college students to careers in the energy industry.
Nicole Ng won the Poster Prize for the Computer Science/Math/Engineering Division at the Murdock College Science Research Program Conference. Her poster was a summary of the research work she did this summer with Dr. Henry Louie looking at the Parametric Modeling of Electric Vehicle Charging Profiles.
The National Science Foundation
has awarded the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at
Seattle University a “Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and
Math (S-STEM)” grant. The $611, 412 “SU ECE
Scholars” grant will provide scholarships to academically
talented and financially needy junior-year students who transfer to the ECE
Department from two- and four-year colleges. Over the next five years, at least
28 students will be awarded up to $10,000 per student per year during the
two years needed to complete their Bachelor
of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
The main objective of the SU ECE
Scholars program is to increase the number of electrical engineering students
graduating from SU and entering the engineering workforce. SU ECE scholars will receive financial, academic, and
professional development support to ensure their successful progression toward
the BSEE degree. Student support services will include peer tutoring and
mentoring, study partners, industry mentorship program, professional
development seminars, and social activities. Dr. Agnieszka Miguel, Associate
Professor and Chair is the Principal Investigator (PI) on this grant while Dr.
Margarita Takach, Associate Professor is the co-PI.
Success on the Zambezi River
Senior Design Team 13.5 successfully implemented their hydro electric generator on an existing waterwheel in Zambia. The electricity generated will be used to charge batteries for vaious applications.
Notes from the field: The final waterwheel configuration, now including the spiral water pump is pictured above. A final test was to see if the original spiral pump could be added to the other side. It indeed pumped water to a height of about 50 feet. The existing pump uses 1kW to get the same volume and height. Combined with the generator, this device has the energy equivalent of 1.8kW. This is reliably pumping water and producing energy 24 hours per day.
Engineering challenges I faced at the Medishare hospital Haiti. George Balagtas
I generated a test protocol toward hopefully restoring X-ray functionality. The mechanical engineer who has been doing his best to troubleshoot the machine believes that there might be faulty circuitry on the PCB assembly. I did indeed discover three burnt out transistors, a couple of charred passives, and even two cracked IC's nearby the board's voltage regulators. Literally, that board is toast!
People of Haiti...read more
Graduate School News
Congratulations to Hao Nguyen who will be studying embedded computing in the Electrical Engineering Department at UCLA. Hao will start his graduate program this fall and plans to continue all the way to Ph.D!
Society of Women Engineers - Chelsea Ryberg a recipient of the Collegiate Member Award.
“Chelsea is admired by her peers and teachers not only for her tremendous amount of enthusiasm, creativity and leadership within SWE, but within the Seattle University campus and community as well,” says Kelly Schable, account manager at the Boeing Company.
Nick Arvanitidis, EE Graduate ’63, recipient Alumnus of the Year
Nick Arvanitidis considers himself “a philosopher,” one who offers sage advice culled from rich life experiences in the academic and business worlds. Being named Alumnus of the Year is a great honor, Arvanitidis says. “I am very grateful for what SU did for me,” he says. “Not just going to school here, but the mentoring that was provided. This is very humbling.”
Eisenhower Fellowships Engage Emerging Leaders: 1997 Alumnus Mohammed AL-JASSER.
As a General Manager for Saudi Telecom Company, Mohammed AL-JASSER develops and manages relationships with top enterprise accounts. He was recently granted an Eisenhower Fellowship, a program that engages emerging leaders from around the world to enhance their professional capabilities, ...and unite them in a diverse, global community
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