Research News

Ken Brown

April 16, 2018

Spectator Qubits Seek to Improve Control of Four Quantum Computing Systems

International project led by Duke University engineers receives $6 million from Army Research Office

metamaterial sound control device

April 10, 2018

Thin Engineered Material Perfectly Redirects and Reflects Sound

Metamaterial device controls transmission and reflection of acoustic waves

Yiran Chen

March 30, 2018

Yiran Chen Recieves Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers

Fellowship will allow Chen to work with collaborators in Germany on memristor-based neuromorphic computing systems

Natasha Litchinitser

March 27, 2018

Natasha Litchinitser: Structuring Materials to Control Light

New faculty member Natasha Litchinitser brings expertise in engineering materials to manipulate visible light waves to Duke’s pioneering metamaterials group

Benjamin Lee

March 01, 2018

Benjamin Lee Inducted into HPCA Hall of Fame

Joins only 38 peers recognized as having eight or more papers appearing in one of the premier publication venues for computer engineers

Xin Li

February 26, 2018

Accelerating Self-Driving Car Innovation

Xin Li is improving self-driving cars by training them with computer simulations while integrating new technology

Aaron Franklin and Joseph Andrews with sensors

February 20, 2018

Tire Sensor Technology Launches Multi-Million Dollar Startup

Durham startup Tyrata secures $4.5 million based on Duke technology license

Zipeng Li

January 23, 2018

Zipeng Li Receives Chinese Government’s Outstanding Students Abroad Award

Recent ECE doctoral graduate works to improve microfluidic biochip technology

A closer look at the target of frozen solution that contains the building blocks for the solar cell material.

January 03, 2018

Laser Evaporation Technology to Create New Solar Materials

Delicate hybrid organic-inorganic crystals open new possibilities for light-based technologies

counting photons

December 15, 2017

Single-Photon Detector Can Count to Four

Quantum information scientists teach an old detector a new trick previously believed impossible