Freshman Jacoby Krakow has published a paper in the journal of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.
Posts Tagged ‘Electrical and Computer Engineering’
Name: Owen Zacharias Occupation: Project Manager, Web Design and Development, University of Rochester Medical Center Education (UR and additional): BS/MS ECE Current job title: Project Manager, Web Design and Development, University of Rochester Medical Center Current employer: UR Current city/state of residence: Rochester, NY When and how did you choose your major(s)? Even before applying […]
Name: Gloria See Occupation: PhD Student Education (UR and additional): ECE BS – University of Rochester, 2009; ECE MS – University of Massachusetts Lowell; ECE PhD – University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, in progress Current employer: University of Illinois Current city/state of residence: Illinois Community activities: Most recently salsa and rock climbing but they change pretty constantly, the […]
Name: Brandon Jasionowski Occupation: Electrical Engineer Education (UR and additional): BSEE 2002, MSEE 2004 Current job title: Systems Engineer Current employer: Azure Summit Technology Current city/state of residence: Fairfax, VA Family: Engaged Why did you choose to attend the University of Rochester? My introduction to UR was quite interesting. In high school I was looking […]
Name: Christopher Brown Education (UR and additional): Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (University of Rochester, May 2009), Master of Computer Science (Texas A&M University, December 2012) Current job title: Interactive Software Developer Current employer: Boston Museum of Science Current city/state of residence: Boston, MA Why did you choose to attend the University […]
Name: Michelle Lay Sams Occupation: Patent Examiner Education (UR and additional): UR BS ECE ’02, UR MS ECE ‘04 Current Job Title: Primary Patent Examiner Current Employer: United States Patent & Trademark Office Current City/State of Residence: Alexandria, VA Family: Husband (Matthew), Son (Ty, 7 months) Community Activities: Softball, teach piano lessons, bowling Why did […]
Two groups of Rochester students were among the 30 design teams from 18 institutions that showed off creations at the Intel Cornell Cup in May