Electrical engineering


A new quantum engineering minor at Colorado School of Mines will give undergraduate students the opportunity to gain exposure to quantum theory and hands-on experience with relevant hardware and prepare for careers in the rapidly evolving field of quantum technology.
Mines' Kathryn Johnson is co-leading the controls work for the innovative 10‐MW Ultraflexible Smart Floating Offshore Wind Turbine (USFLOWT).
As a Fulbright Canada Research Chair in STEM Education, Johnson plans to use her time at the University of Calgary to continue and expand her engineering education research.
Electrical engineering freshman Grant Kahl hopes the automated Ambu bag-ventilation system can be used in health care settings around the world where traditional-style ventilators are unavailable, too costly or too cumbersome.
“Quantum technology could revolutionize computing, communication, sensing and more, but critical workforce shortages are threatening to hamper progress,” said Eliot Kapit, associate professor of physics.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I choose to come to Mines because I recognized the value of a Mines degree. Also, I have always loved math and I
The new graduate program will capitalize on the university’s deep expertise in field robotics and its niche in the geosciences and extractive industries.
Electrical engineering student Paige Granie talks about how a Mines degree will enable her to achieve her dream of becoming a patent lawyer.
Peter Aaen is the new head of the Electrical Engineering Department at Colorado School of Mines. He joins Mines from the University of Surrey (UK), where he served as a reader – the British equivalent
The scaled-down prototype soon to begin operational testing at the National Wind Technology Center in Boulder, though, takes its inspiration from a decidedly un-Colorado source. The Segmented