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The Woo Center will expand collaborations to transform data into actionable health insights

October 22, 2018

Woo Center for Big Data and Precision Health Established at Duke Engineering

Three-year, $3+ million commitment to foster global partnerships to advance research and education at the intersection of data and health care

directions in headlight beam

October 22, 2018

Making ‘Smart Headlights’ with Machine Learning

Duke engineers are helping to invent headlights that automatically recognize surrounding environments, selectively illuminate important objects and display information on the roadway

October 18, 2018

Duke Engineering Buoys Banner Year for Duke Entrepreneurial Efforts

Record-setting year includes 32 issued patents, 11 licensing agreements and five new start-up companies from engineering faculty

Duke ECE Associate Professor Yiran Chen

October 09, 2018

ASIC Draws First Industry Partners

Duke’s Alternative Sustainable & Intelligent Computing consortium gives industry partners early access to pioneering research

Miroslav Pajic's research team

October 09, 2018

Finding Free Bytes for Security

Miroslav Pajic is securing autonomous cars by double-checking data and embedding security protocols into its computational downtime

Larry Carin

October 04, 2018

Larry Carin Reappointed to New Term as Vice Provost for Research

ECE Professor Larry Carin has been with the department since 1995 and was chair from 2011-2014

original and reconstructed letters that spell out DUKE

September 27, 2018

Decoding Multiple Frames from a Single, Scattered Exposure

Coded apertures and “memory effect” reconstruct sequence of diffuse images

Willie Padilla (left) and Kenneth Brown (right)

September 25, 2018

Padilla, Brown Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society

Two Duke engineers are recognized for their roles in developing dynamic metamaterials and devices as well as quantum control and quantum error-correction routines

Duke campus aerial shot

September 24, 2018

Enhancing Research Innovation and Impact through a 'Faculty Springboard'

Two-year pilot program to support newly tenured faculty pursuing high-risk, high-reward pathbreaking research ventures

Leslie Collins and Boyla Mainsah

September 20, 2018

The Sound of a Broken Heart

Using audio data from digital stethoscopes, Duke engineers and physicians are training computers to spot cardiac complications

The Pratt School of Engineer has launched a new suite of communication courses, coaching services and workshops for all Duke Engineering graduate students, domestic and international—the Duke Engineering Graduate Communications Center at Pratt.

September 17, 2018

New Engineering Graduate Communications Center Offers Courses and Coaching

Offerings range from mastering conversation to effective writing to giving a research presentation

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