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A demonstration of the printed carbon nanotubes on a flexible surface. The prototype tire tread sensor (middle) is flanked by the logos of Duke University and Fetch Automotive Design Group.

June 14, 2017

Printed Sensors Monitor Tire Wear in Real Time

Electrical engineers have invented a printed sensor made of metallic carbon nanotubes that can monitor the tread of tires in real-time.

still frame from quantum computing video

June 08, 2017

From the Abacus to Supercomputers to Quantum Computers

Jungsang Kim helps lead the charge into a new computing revolution

screenshot of deblurring algorithm

June 05, 2017

Removing Blurred Lines Caused by Shaky Hands

Duke University algorithm recently integrated into Adobe After Effects makes blurred images caused by shaky footage a thing of the past

Zhiqin Huang / Los Alamos National Laboratory

May 31, 2017

ECE Student Shares Insights from a Semester at Los Alamos National Laboratory

Zhiqin Huang received a grant to spend time at the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies at the renowned lab in New Mexico.

duke robotics submarine in water

May 26, 2017

A Leviathan Lurking in the Foundry

Duke's first student Robosub in nearly a decade competes in an international competition

Yilun Zhou works with the team’s picking robot at the Amazon Picking Challenge in Leipzig, Germany.

May 25, 2017

Envisioning the Future of Robots

The Amazon Picking Challenge pits Pratt's finest against international professionals and the demands of tomorrow's industrial needs

computer chip

May 18, 2017

Chakrabarty Wins 2017 IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Technical Achievement Award

Computer engineering innovator recognized for work in lab-on-a-chip design automation, 3-D integrated circuits and wireless sensor networks

Duke University Class of 2017

May 14, 2017

Duke Engineering Celebrates Class of 2017

Dean Ravi Bellamkonda and the Pratt faculty awarded more than 500 degrees to undergraduate and graduate engineering students of the Class of 2017.

The beta prototype toilet system installed at the Center for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT) University in Ahmedabad, India

May 11, 2017

Engineering the Toilet

Toilet technology has been stigmatized by American culture for decades, but not at Duke. Materials scientist Jeffrey T. Glass, professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Brian Stoner, Research Triangle Institute (RTI) distinguished research fellow and Duke adjunct professor, are [...]

3D printed metamaterial illustration

May 04, 2017

3-D Printers Open New Design Space for Wireless Devices

Conductive filaments and 3-D printers allow quick construction of electromagnetic metamaterials

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