OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Engineering Music

Daren Keck, computer science student, created his own electronic musical instrument.

Connecting the Dots

Interdisciplinary collaboration was top on the list of reasons to come to Oregon State for 14 new faculty in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

Innovation Engine Revs Up

The new Center for Applied Systems and Software (CASS) hit the ground running with their first client, Oregon Sea Grant.

Seeing the Future

Technology developed in John Wager’s lab a decade ago is now used in flat-panel displays.

Intricate Algae Produce Low-Cost Biosensors

Oregon State researchers advance technology in optical biosensors by integrating algae with nanoparticles to produce a sensor capable of detecting miniscule amounts of protein or other biomarkers.

Quotation marksOur collaborative community, the innovative approaches we take to research and education, and the cultivation of leaders make our program truly outstanding.

Engineering News

OSU News Release

Wave energy integration costs should compare favorably to other energy sources

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Jan 7, 2015
Wave energy should be able to be integrated into  the overall energy grid fairly effectively, and at less cost than wind energy, a new analysis suggests.… Read full story.
OSU News Release

New type of semiconductor could change face of consumer electronics

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Dec 3, 2014
Transparent electronic materials originally developed at OSU are now about to enter mainstream commercial use in a wide range of products.… Read full story.

Upcoming Events

Jan
29
2015

MS Final Examination – Neil Glover

The Design and Development of the Wearable Health and Activity Monitor
This work describes the development of an accurate, low-cost, expandable and wearable health and activity monitoring

Feb
02
2015

Graduate Colloquium: PhD Student Speaker Series

CS PhD students: Sheng Chen, Jesse Hostetler, Michael Hilton

Join the speakers for refreshments after the talks!

Feb
02
2015

DevOps BootCamp

Interested in learning more about systems administration, software development and Linux? Join DevOps Bootcamp! Hosted by the OSU Open Source Lab, we aim to teach the basics of DevOps from…
Feb
09
2015

Colloquium: Variational Typing and Its Applications

Sheng Chen
PhD Candidate
School of EECS
Oregon State University

Type systems affect programming productivity in several ways. First, the efficiency of a type

Feb
09
2015

DevOps BootCamp

Interested in learning more about systems administration, software development and Linux? Join DevOps Bootcamp! Hosted by the OSU Open Source Lab, we aim to teach the basics of DevOps from…
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EECS News

John Conley’s career honored with IEEE Fellow status

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Jan 5, 2015

John F. Conley, Jr., professor of electrical engineering at Oregon State, has been named the only 2015 IEEE Fellow in Oregon. He is being recognized for “contributions to semiconductor process technology to improve radiation hardening of MOS devices,” according to the IEEE awards committee. Conley’s work has had direct impact on earth orbiting satellites, military… Continue reading

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A Second Chance for College

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Dec 1, 2014

Brian Benavidez did not expect to have a chance to go to college since he had enlisted in the U.S. Air Force immediately after graduating from high school. But it was the experience in the military that gave him focus and direction that he credits for his success in school. And the scholarship support he… Continue reading

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Faculty Profile: Matthew Johnston

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Nov 5, 2014

Matthew Johnston’s interest in multidisciplinary science and entrepreneurship is reflected in his career as an electrical engineer who specializes in developing electronic platforms that have applications in fields like chemistry, biology and medicine. “I’ve always been interested in non-standard applications of electrical engineering … especially biology and medicine, maybe because there are a lot of… Continue reading

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Engineering students rock the Rockwell Collins sponsored HWeekend

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Oct 27, 2014

Projects like a prosthetic hand and a spinning LED display were completed in just 30 hours at Oregon State University’s second hardware weekend (HWeekend) on October 18-19. It was a feat that amazed everyone involved including representatives from the sponsoring company, Rockwell Collins. “I’m really impressed with the energy level and enthusiasm and the challenges… Continue reading

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Portland Workshop on Multicore Programming Translates Research into Practice

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Sep 4, 2014

Danny Dig, assistant professor of computer science at Oregon State University and Andrew Black, professor of computer science at Portland State University, are hosting a workshop in Portland, Oregon on October 17-19 for software professionals to learn the foundations of multicore programming in Java and JavaScript. Dig’s research focus for the last 8 years has been… Continue reading

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