Tag: electrical and computer engineering

Electrifying performance

Auburn Engineering alumna Sara Kouroupis is the nation’s top electrical engineering student. A 2015 electrical engineering graduate and Ellicott City, Maryland, native, Kouroupis was named the winner of the Alton B. Zerby and Carl T. Koerner Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Award by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ international honor society, Eta…




Into the Lab: Electrical and Computer

Prathima Agrawal, Samuel Ginn professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of the Wireless Engineering Research and Education Center, and Shiwen Mao, McWane associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, have received one of two best paper awards from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 2013 International Conference on Communications Wireless Networking Symposium….




Archangel rises

A number of the world’s aviation leaders are purchasing parts designed, manufactured and tested right here in Auburn. Michael Greene, former faculty member in electrical and computer engineering and CEO of Archangel Systems, built his company from the ground up in 1992 when he saw a need for better instrumentation for his personal airplane. Archangel…




Into the Lab: Electrical and Computer

Electrical and computer engineering seniors working in faculty member Lloyd Riggs’ mine detection lab are constructing a senior design project with major real-world objectives — an Autonomous Nautical Radiation Assessment Vessel, or ANRAV, that can be used for tracking radiation spills in the ocean and other bodies of water. Powered by solar energy, the autonomous…




Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project

Two Auburn Engineering graduate students are participating in a different kind of educational experience in Alabama’s correctional facilities. What they have found is that education goes both ways, and that they are learning as much as they are teaching. It was an average Tuesday in Elmore, Ala., when Eliza Banu, mechanical engineering graduate student, arrived…