Robots that fight fires, cars that drive themselves, clothes that
prevent illness the stuff of science fiction novels? Or, are they
closer than we think? Ohio State electrical and computer
engineering researchers were among the experts interviewed for
Life in 2030, a one-hour special radio show from
the Engineers of the New Millennium.
Clymer knew that he wanted to be a
professor at Ohio State even before he began a doctorate program
in electrical and computer engineering. Not only did he
accomplish that goal, but the associate professor of electrical
and computer engineering and biomedical informatics received a
2012 Ohio State Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching in
recognition of his dedication to students and the profession.
Cindy Flores, administrative associate I, retired on November 30,
2012, after 34 years of service to The Ohio State University.
Flores spent thirty of those years working in the Department of
Electrical and Computer Engineering.
The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) in the Department of
Defense (DOD) has awarded Lei (Raymond)
Cao, assistant professor of nuclear engineering, and
Yuan F. Zheng,
professor of electrical and computer engineering, a $450,000
three-year grant to fund their collaborative research on
radiation sensitivity of critical radiation-hardened robotic