Class includes a miniature city for tiny autonomous cars to navigate
The BYU SpaceCraft Club aims to introduce students to spacecraft and encourage space companies to seek involvement with BYU.
For the second year, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering hosted a Christmas party for students in the junior core. Organized in the events space in the Engineering Building, the party welcomed the majority of the students in the Junior Core.
Sean Crawford, a recent graduate of the BYU Electrical Engineering program, was offered a position at L3Harris in Waco, Texas.
Dr. Long, an electrical engineering professor, and his team of BYU students, engineers at the Goddard Space Center, and persons from private industry, received at $4.6 million grant to test a new antenna they designed.
The BYU Ham Radio Club includes several electrical and computer engineering students who have found interest in amateur radio and the engineering principles that play an integral part in the radios’ function.
Doctor Michael Rice, Bryan Redd, and Ximena Briceno received the Best Paper Award at the International Telemetry Conference (ITC) for their paper entitled “On Carrier Frequency and Phase Synchronization for Coded 16-APSK in Aeronautical Mobile Telemetry.”
For her second year, Farah Arabian, a PhD student in the Electrical Engineering department, won an award for the paper she submitted in the International Telemetry Conference (ITC)
For their submission at the International Telemetering Conference (ITC), Jamison Ebert, Bryan Redd, and Autumn Twitchell received 2nd place in the Student Best Paper category.