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Alumnus Jason Eisenberg Elected Director of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox


ECE alumnus Jason D. Eisenberg (’94) was recently elected director of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C., an intellectual property law firm based in Washington, DC.

Ohio State to Co-Host AMTA 2013, Call for Papers Announced

10TV Features Ohio State Research on Autonomous Cars

10TV News recently featured the efforts by Ohio State researchers to build better autonomous vehicles. View Ohio State Researchers Working On Car That Will Drive Itself on

New Video: Meet Professor Chris Baker

Chris Baker, Ohio Research Scholar for Integrated Sensor Systems, has been actively engaged in radar systems research since 1984 and specializes in the application of cognition to radar sensors.

Baker has an enduring interest in trying to extract information from echo signals in order to increase the functionality of sensors.

ECE Faculty Positions Available

ECE Researchers Featured in Life in 2030 Radio Show

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.

Position Opening: Postdoc Researcher

18 Month Postdoc Opening in Filterless Transmitter Prototyping for Ultra Wideband Software Defined Radio 


Ph.D. or Dr. Sc. in Electrical Engineering

ECE Jobline: A Free Service Connecting Job Seekers and Employers

Are you looking for a position in electrical and computer engineering in the new year?
Are you an employer looking to hire a skilled electrical and computer engineer?

Job hunting? Don't forget to check ECE Jobline. Two new positions were just posted.

New Video: Meet Our Faculty – Bradley Clymer

Bradley 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 Retires After 34 Years of Service

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. 

Recruiting Engineers Day 2013

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