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Engineering Alumnus Who Helped Build the Computer Mouse Passes Away

August 03, 2020

William English (BSEE 1950), not only helped invent the computer mouse but also made other significant contributions to the computer interface.

Computer Engineering Alumnus Invents "Money Zapper"

July 24, 2020

Michael Bransom's innovation uses ultraviolet light to kill the bacteria on physical currency.

PEIK, LG&E and KU Expand Research Collaboration on Renewable Energy and the Smart Grid

July 15, 2020

The two organizations also work together on professional and STEM outreach in support of the regional community. 

Todd Hastings Named University Research Professor for 2020-2021

June 22, 2020

The purpose of the University Research Professorship program is to recognize and publicize research accomplishments of scholars across the full range of disciplines at UK.

NSF Sponsored PEIK Project on Smart Buildings and Grid Expands with REU Supplement

June 17, 2020

University Scholars participants Rosemary Alden and Nelson Penn will engage in research alongside Ph.D. students and their faculty advisors, Simone Silvestri and Dan M. Ionel. 

Thapliyal, Kahleifeh, Receive Second Place in Best Paper Competition

June 16, 2020

The recognition was given in conjunction with the IEEE 6th World Forum on Internet of Things.

Alex Nguyen Awarded Tau Beta Pi Fellowship

May 21, 2020

Nguyen is the outgoing vice president of the Kentucky Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi at the University of Kentucky.

Janet Lumpp, Aaron Cramer Win Excellence in Service Awards

May 07, 2020

Dr. Janet Lumpp and Dr. Aaron Cramer were the two recipients of the 2020 College of Engineering Excellence in Service Awards.

DB, Collaborators, Receive NSF RAPID Grant for Antiviral Membrane Mask

May 05, 2020

DB will serve as the PI and engineering faculty members J. Todd Hastings and Thomas Dziubla, as well as Yinan Wei from the UK Department of Chemistry, will contribute as Co-PIs.

Zachary Kahleifeh Named Outstanding Master’s Student

May 01, 2020

Kahleifeh’s primary research focus is on the topic of “Energy Recovery Computing for Low-Power and Secure Circuits.”