Electrical & Computer Engineering Faculty Job Openings
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Brigham Young University announces that it has two openings for continuing-faculty-status professorial track positions. The department is seeking outstanding faculty candidates who will challenge an exceptional student body through teaching, mentoring, and excellent research, and a willingness to fully support and participate in the ideals and mission of BYU. The first opening is specifically for candidates in the area of Computer Engineering. The second opening is for candidates in any areas of Electrical or Computer Engineering.
Electrical Engineering's own Dr. Cammy Peterson received the first annual Inspiring Learning Award - Experiential Learning from BYU Careers and Experiential Learning on 16 April, 2021.
Electrical Engineering senior Keaton Shurilla pictures a future where he can roll up to the club and experience a 360-degree audio system - not through strategically-spaced speakers, but through speakers with the technological prowess to project sound everywhere in the room. In that imagined future, he wants someone across the world to tune in with a virtual reality system so sophisticated it feels like they’re in the club with him. He is combining his passions for technology and the arts to make that future more feasible.
The Experiential Learning Center hosted the second semi-annual robotics competition on March 26, 2021, with six finalist teams competing for the $500 grand prize.