Recent Grad Develops Low-Cost, Advanced Prosthesis
June 16, 2017

While earning his master's degree in the Electrical and Computer Engineering program last year, Bill Haris embarked on an independent study project in which he developed a new kind of prosthetic limb.

´╗┐´╗┐Sara Kouroupis Named Outstanding Electrical Engineering Student
March 25, 2016

Sara Kouroupis is currently a master's student in our Electrical and Computer Engineering program and also a staff member in the space department at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.

Hopkins Instructor Recognized as Outstanding Young Engineer by Maryland Science Center
December 17, 2015

At the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, Robert Armiger is focusing on improving the lives of U.S. service members.

Electrical and Computer Engineering Alum Continues to Pursue Advanced Research
May 1, 2014

In 2008, Jim Conroy took his first class with Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals. It was a basic antennas course taught by Dr. Steven Weiss, an accomplished electrical engineer at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.

Four years and a lot of calculations later, Conroy was inspired not only to take more advanced antennas courses but also to start pursuing an intensive independent study project with his now friend and mentor, Dr. Weiss.

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