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ECE professor George Eleftheriades has been awarded the 2025 IEEE Electromagnetics Award.

Professor George Eleftheriades wins prestigious IEEE Electromagnetics Award

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In Their Own Words: Recent ECE grad receives a scholarship from Vector Institute

Professor Andreas Veneris wins two Best Paper Awards in the area of digital finance.

Professor Andreas Veneris wins two Best Paper Awards

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IEEE leaders from ECE: Professor Stark Draper on being an IEEE society president and putting up ‘scaffolding’

From left to right: David Duvenaud and Roger Grosse have been appointed Schwartz Reisman Chairs in Technology and Society; David Lie has been appointed director of the Schwartz Reisman Institute for Technology and Society (supplied images)

Professor David Lie named director of Schwartz Reisman Institute for Technology and Society alongside two new chairs

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Professor Jonathan Rose receives the Engineers Canada Gold Medal Award

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U of T Engineering Dean, professor and alumni elected to the Canadian Academy of Engineering

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ECE alumnus among those who receive 2024 Ontario Professional Engineers Awards

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ECE 2024 Capstone Design Fair highlights, part 3: Helping students find their classrooms with an indoor campus visualization app

Three students around a laptop showing virtual glasses

ECE 2024 Capstone Design Fair highlights, part 2: Guiding consumers with an app that accurately shows prescriptive lens in frames

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ECE 2024 Capstone Design Fair highlights, part 1: Improving the battery system for neurological implants

Students gathered to shoe their certificates

ECE students among those celebrated for their leadership and contributions to the U of T Engineering community