By assiststaffAmay J. Bandodkar, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at North Carolina State University, has been named one of MIT Technology Review’s “Innovators Under 35” for his work on developing wearable biochemical sensors. |In the News, Research Highlights
By assiststaffIn a new study, North Carolina State University researchers demonstrated they could print layers of electrically conductive ink on polyester fabric to make an e-textile that could be used in the design of future wearable devices. |In the News
By assiststaffÖmer Oralkan, professor of electrical and computer engineering at NC State University, has been elected as the inaugural editor-in-chief of the new IEEE Open Journal of Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control (OJ-UFFC). |In the News
By assiststaffNorth Carolina State University researchers took a step forward in the development of an armband that could track the heart’s electrical activity without requiring bulky wiring or sticky gel on the skin. |In the News
By assiststaffImagine you are out on a run; while running, you are measuring your heartbeat to ensure there are no problems. However, instead of wearing the dead weight of a wristwatch, there is already a sensor comfortably embedded within your shirt that has it covered. Does that sound like technology of the future? Well, a research group at NC State is developing it right now. |Awards and Recognition
By assiststaffECE is proud to announce that Aydin Aysu and Mehmet Ozturk are the 2020 recipients of the Departmental Faculty Awards — the Bennet Faculty Fellow Award and the William F. Lane Outstanding Teaching Award. |Awards and Recognition
By clehmanIn May 2020, two Research Triangle-based organizations—the ASSIST Center (Advanced Self-Powered Systems of Integrated Sensors and Technologies) based at North Carolina State University and DHIT... |Recent Updates
By assiststaffCOVID-19 is creating a new set of healthcare challenges to be solved. Enter a new "virtual incubator" launched by NC State’s ASSIST Center and DHIT Global. It’s a crowdsourcing platform aiming at advancing ideas supporting personal monitoring and protection at work.