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ECE graduate degree undergoes title change
The new name, “Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering,” has taken the place of “Master of Science in Computational Electrical and Computer Engineering.” This alteration has come after several years of graduate-level course development and additions. 
ECE students make Arecibo Observatory their classroom
For three weeks, Dr. Qihou Zhou conducted a course titled “Undergraduate Hands-on Experience with Incoherent Scatter Radar,” where students learned about the technical aspects of radar operation, characteristics of the different ionospheric regions, recognizing techniques and more.
Ohio's Department of Higher Education awards funding to support Robotics program
Through RAPIDS, Miami’s main campus and regional campuses received a total of over $300,000. The funds have been used to purchase robotics kits that are being used in classes like ECE471 (Robotics-Vision & Control).
ECE department works toward developing Robotics Engineering major
The prospective RE major is pan-disciplinary, with a curriculum that spreads across three departments: CSE, ECE and MME. Eight new courses have been designed specifically for the major, including Computer Vision, Kinematics of Robotics and Sensors and Data Fusion.
Students study away at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico
17 students were able to spend 6 days at the observatory.
ECE student is recognized and is awarded two scholarships by IEEE and IEEE PES
Last month a ECE student was awarded two scholarships for his accomplishments as a member of IEEE HKN, the electrical engineering honor society here at Miami.
Three students are recognized with a CE Power scholarship
Recently three electrical engineering majors were recognized with the CE Power Scholarship for their interest in pursuing a career in the power engineering field.
Donald Ucci was awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award
Donald Ucci, professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering, has been awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
Graduate Student wins DAGSI award for work with Algorithmic Processing
A graduate student in the department of electrical and computer science has received a Defense Associated Graduate Student Innovators (DAGSI) award for his work on Goal-Driven Cognitive Algorithmic Processing for EW.