New donations enhance labs

Jan 26, 2007

New donations from MotoTron Inc. and GE Fanuc Automation provide important, state-of-the-art resources for faculty and student research in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

New donations from MotoTron Inc. and GE Fanuc Automation provide important, state-of-the-art resources for faculty and student research in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Rube Goldberg electrified

Oct 19, 2007

Kettering students created electrical versions of Rube Goldberg contraptions for their senior Electrical Engineering project - the results would have made Goldberg himself proud.

Kettering students created electrical versions of Rube Goldberg contraptions for their senior Electrical Engineering project - the results would have made Goldberg himself proud.

Celebrating ECE

Aug 25, 2009

Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm got a tutorial from the faculty and students of ECE and celebrated that a new electronics lab is coming to campus, thanks to federal stimulus money, during the Governor's visit to campus Aug. 19.

Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm got a tutorial from the faculty and students of ECE and celebrated that a new electronics lab is coming to campus, thanks to federal stimulus money, during the Governor's visit to campus Aug. 19.

Lighting the way

Nov 30, 2009

Kevin Markell took an existing technology and put it to use in a new way. His LED parking lot light design is an improvement on traditional parking lot lights - delivering energy efficiency, better lighting quality and reduced total cost of ownership due to the long life and low maintenance of LED light sources..

Kevin Markell took an existing technology and put it to use in a new way. His LED parking lot light design is an improvement on traditional parking lot lights - delivering energy efficiency, better lighting quality and reduced total cost of ownership due to the long life and low maintenance of LED light sources..

Periscope up

Sep 23, 2005

Submarines in the Recreation Center pool, soldering irons and laptops scattered on the pool deck - it must be an Electrical Engineering capstone project in process.

Submarines in the Recreation Center pool, soldering irons and laptops scattered on the pool deck - it must be an Electrical Engineering capstone project in process.

3 modern labs coming to ECE

Nov 18, 2005

The space may be empty now, but upgraded facilities are coming soon for students in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

The space may be empty now, but upgraded facilities are coming soon for students in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Bluetooth anyone?

Oct 2, 2007

Sinking their teeth into a new technology, Kettering students use Bluetooth to analyze the sweet spot on tennis racquets.

Sinking their teeth into a new technology, Kettering students use Bluetooth to analyze the sweet spot on tennis racquets.

Educating the 21st century engineer

Nov 30, 2007

Dr. Jim Gover of Kettering University and Dr. Paul Huray of the University of South Carolina author an e-book that provides plans for re-establishing the U.S. as the leading engineering innovator, which could ultimately improve the country's economic outlook.

Dr. Jim Gover of Kettering University and Dr. Paul Huray of the University of South Carolina author an e-book that provides plans for re-establishing the U.S. as the leading engineering innovator, which could ultimately improve the country's economic outlook.

Pinball wizardry

Dec 14, 2007

There were pirates, gangsters and World War II flying aces in Kettering's Campus Center the week before finals - and they were all under the control of electromagnets.

There were pirates, gangsters and World War II flying aces in Kettering's Campus Center the week before finals - and they were all under the control of electromagnets.

Mentoring a young intellect

May 12, 2008

Dr. Mark Wicks, professor of Computer Engineering and interim associate vice president of Academic Affairs at Kettering University, mentors a local 14-year-old genius in the art and theory of Computer Engineering.

Dr. Mark Wicks, professor of Computer Engineering and interim associate vice president of Academic Affairs at Kettering University, mentors a local 14-year-old genius in the art and theory of Computer Engineering.

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