ARRC/ECE Ph.D. student Alessio Mancini has been selected to receive a Gallogly College of Engineering Dissertation Excellence Award. The total award is $5000. Congratulations Alessio!
Recent ARRC/ECE graduate student, David Mitchell, and faculty members Dr. Jessica Ruyle and Dr. Hjalti Sigmarsson are using a unique casting method for rapid prototyping of RF components. Check out the featured article here.
Dr. Mirhamed Mirmozafari, ARRC Postdoctoral Fellow, received second place in the student paper award contest at the prestigious 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting held recently in Boston, MA. Congratulations Hamed!
Congratulations to Tony Segales, ARRC/CASS Ph.D. student, for receiving the Outstanding Student Oral Presentation Award at the AMS 23rd Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence held recently in Oklahoma City. Tony’s presentation was entitled “Advances in the Measurements of the Structure Function Parameter for Temperature Using a Small Unmanned Aircraft System”. In addition to a certificate, Tony was awarded a $100 cash prize.
The Gallogly College of Engineering has selected ARRC/ECE graduate student Mohammad Golbon to receive the William H. Barkow Scholarship for Electrical and Computer Engineering students for the 2018-19 academic year. The award of $4000 recognizes outstanding academic achievement. Last year Mohammad received an ECE Farrow Endowment scholarship of $2000 for academic achievement. Congratulations Mohammad!
Congratulations to ARRC/ECE Ph.D. student Shajid Islam for being selected as the recipient of the William H. Barkow Scholarship for Electrical and Computer Engineering students for the 2018-2019 academic year. The $4,000 award is given in recognition of outstanding academic achievement.
Jay McDaniel (ARRC/ECE) has received the OU Graduate Student Senate (GSS) Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Research. Applicants for the university-wide research award had to submit a CV, detailed research plan and writing samples, along with letters of recommendation from faculty members and students. The award carries with it a $250 prize. Congratulations Jay!
ECE/ARRC professor Dr. Jorge Salazar has been asked to present the distinguished lecture at the Communications and Intelligent Systems Distinguished Technical Lecture Series, May 24 at the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Salazar’s talk, entitled “Reconfigurable Multi-band Shared-Aperture Antenna for Multifunction Phased-Array Radar Systems”, will present an overview of current and new trends in phased-array architectures and technology for multifunction radar systems for civil and military applications, focusing on a critical evaluation of the performance of phased array antenna systems.
Congratulations to Jay McDaniel, ARRC/ECE Ph.D. student, who has been selected as the recipient of the 2017 Provost’s Graduate Teaching Assistant Award for Science and Engineering. The award is given annually to three outstanding teaching assistants in the areas of Science and Engineering, Humanities and Fine Arts, and Social Sciences. The award consists of a certificate and $1000. Jay will be recognized at the Graduate College Awards Ceremony on April 25 in the Fred Jones Sandy Bell Gallery.