When you hear 'Chip Camp,' you might think of a weekend getaway fueled by Doritos. But for more than 100 7th and 8th graders, Chip Camp has nothing to do with cheetle (the orange, powdery residue left on your fingers after eating Cheetos).
With their high-flying photo and video capabilities, personal hobby drones are more popular than ever. But how do you ensure that these fun, inexpensive Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) don’t become a threat to national security?
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the BYU Kinnect Dance Company have combined their respective skills to create a light and dance performance
Prof. Beard recently received a patent titled "Aerial Recovery of Small and Micro Air Vehicles"
The Economist recently highlighted the research of Dr. Daniel Smalley and its application to someday bring holograms into your home.
Dr. Comer Presents to the Boise IEEE Electronic Design Society and the Micron Friday Forum
Prof. Duncan Lorimer of WVU delivered the talk "Pulsars, flickers and cosmic flashes: the transient radio universe" at the Department Colloquium on 31 October 2014.
Dr. Ken Eguro of Microsoft Research delivered the talk "Securing Cloud Databases" at the Department Colloquium on 25 September 2014.
This summer, BYU electrical engineers teamed up with Micron to host the university's first-ever engineering camp for 7th and 8th graders.
Please join us in welcoming our newest faculty member Shiuh-hua Wood Chiang.