2009 Award Winners
College of Engineering Graduate Symposium serves to introduce new, current, and
prospective graduate students to the breadth and depth of
research being pursued across the College
of Engineering. Highlights of the November 13, 2009
Graduate Symposium included:
Hiskens, Vennema Professor of Engineering, EECS
What is the Smart Grid?
The seminar will establish the essential characteristics
of a "smart grid" and discuss emerging trends in
electricity generation and supply. The consequences of
increased renewable generation and widespread adoption
of plug-in electric vehicles will be explored, while
reviewing the strategies for which the grid will be
integrated into our world.
ECE Poster Presentation
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Division in the Department of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Science presented approximately 90 research posters in this year's Symposium.
The Poster Session of the Symposium provides an opportunity
for people within and outside the University to see a broad
spectrum of our research. It is also an opportunity to meet
the graduate students who prepare and present the posters.
Posters were organized into the following areas:
Communications, Control and Power
Microsystems and Integrated Circuits
Questions: Contact Catharine June (firstname.lastname@example.org)