The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Power and Energy Society has informed the University of Kentucky Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering that three of its students have been selected to receive a scholarship as part of the IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative™. The students are Allan Bartlett, Daniel Cambron and James Kirkpatrick […]
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A brief interview and selection of Vijay Singh’s poetry was recently published in the Fall 2014 issue of Kentucky Engineering Journal. You can read the article on the new KEJ website here.
Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch was recently featured in the Fall 2014 issue of Kentucky Engineering Journal. You can read the article on the new KEJ website here.
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A call for work completed with assistance of CeNSE facilities or staff is being made to all researchers and students within the following three categories: 1. Image Category. SEM, TEM, AFM, or any of the optically related images. 2. Publication category. Submissions can include any published paper. Only one submission per first author. 3. Poster […]
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Sept. 14, 2011) — The Power and Energy Institute of Kentucky (PEIK) at the University of Kentucky has received $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to train undergraduate and graduate level engineering students in manufacturing efficiency to help them become the nation’s next generation of industrial energy efficiency experts. UK is […]
UK’s IEEE student branch recently participated in the annual IEEE Region 3 conference, SoutheastCon.
PEIK classes for the Spring 2014 semester will be posted soon (Information is subject to change. Students should check in their “MyUK” account for latest information.) Course listing to be updated soon.
Dr. Daniel L. Lau, Associate Professor and chief technology officer of microelectromechanical system startup Seikowave (Lexington, Ky.), in cooperation with the Center for Visualization and Virtual Environments at the University of Kentucky, is harnessing MEMS picoprojectors to bring structured light illumination to the mass market