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Table of Contents Effective Tuesday March 17th, ECE will be closed to in-person traffic until further notice. Our office hours remain in effect: Monday – Friday 8:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and we are able to assist you by phone or email.Recent NewsMore stories in the ECE News Archive │ ECE […]

Effective Tuesday March 17th, ECE will be closed to in-person traffic until further notice. Our office hours remain in effect: Monday – Friday 8:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and we are able to assist you by phone or email.

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COVID-19: ECE team programs single-board computers to remotely monitor patients and protect health care workers

Professor Willy Wong (ECE/IBBME) and his team have developed a method that can help hospitals monitor patient vital signs from a distance.

Engineering alumni startup Nanoleaf to source more than one million masks amid COVID-19 shortages

Company will retool its operations to source equipment for hospitals in Canada and the U.S.

Lo receives Connaught Innovation Award

ECE Professor awarded funding to advance research on uncrackable algorithm to keep private data safe

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A man using a computer in the 1960s. Getty Images, Ullstein Bild If you know how to code COBOL, the state of New Jersey wants to hear from you. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says that the state is looking for volunteers with skills that can be used to help […]