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Duke ECE Magazine 2020-2021 Special Digital Edition

Duke ECE Magazine 2020

Iman Marvian, Jungsang Kim, Kenneth Brown in Kim's lab

‘More Possibilities Than There Are Particles in the Universe’

Duke Building a World-Class Team for the Quantum Computing Race

Letter from the Chair

Much has changed since you received last year's Duke ECE magazine. We have all struggled this year, but we have adapted—as engineers will do—and created innovative new approaches to education and research that have enabled us to keep moving toward our ambitious goals.

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Krishnendu Chakrabarty

Also In This Edition

twisted light

Trapping and Twisting Light for Tomorrow’s Technologies

Two metamaterials researchers at Duke are manipulating light at the highest frequencies currently possible to enable applications such as precision agriculture and high-bandwidth communications

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On Security's Frontiers

Trapping bad actors, detecting fakes and ensuring trustworthiness: secure computing is the goal of these Duke engineers

Chen, Monroe, Noel, Reiter

Meet Our New Faculty

In 2020-21, Duke ECE is expanding its research portfolio and adding new talent in quantum computing, cybersecurity and advanced networking


2020 Highlights

Awards, accolades and growth points from the 2019-20 academic year

three DTech scholars

Innovations in Education

In 2020, we explored many new ways of teaching and learning—on campus, at home and online