Tag: wireless

Three honored for innovation

Three Auburn Engineering faculty members were recognized for their research endeavors and mentorship in November at Auburn University’s annual faculty awards ceremony. The awards honor some of the institution’s most innovative teachers, researchers and scholars for their unique and distinguished contributions to advancing the university’s mission to inspire, innovate and transform in the community and…




Family tradition

As a student, any time Emily Wood Traylor questioned her future in engineering, she was lucky enough to have the support of another strong female engineering role model: her mother, Julia Cheape Wood ’82 industrial engineering. “She was there to support me and to explain all the benefits of sticking with my major,” Traylor said….




Feeling the SonarBeat

Two graduate students and their faculty advisor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Wireless Engineering Research and Education Center were recently recognized for their demonstration of the ‘SonarBeat’ vital sign monitoring system at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers International Conference on Sensing, Communication and Networking, or IEEE SECON. Xuyu…




On call

Auburn Engineering alumnus Samuel Ginn, ‘59 industrial management and namesake of the college, has been appointed to lead a 15-member board of the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet). As the board’s chairman, Ginn guides development of the new broadband network, which enables first responders and public safety officials to communicate within and across jurisdictions. “The…