Johns Hopkins Electrical and Computer Engineering
Spring 2017 Newsletter
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Johns Hopkins Electrical and Computer Engineering Newsletter

Message from the Chair

Photo of Ralph Etienne-Cummings
Happy spring! The year has gotten off to a great start and the faculty and students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have been hard at work breaking new boundaries and surpassing milestones in their research. Below are a few highlights that have happened so far.

I encourage you to visit our website for more up-to-date news and information, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to get information on upcoming events and see photos.

We can’t wait to see what the rest of 2017 holds in store for ECE!


Ralph Etienne-Cummings
Professor and Chair


Engineering Cells to Eat Deadly Bacteria

Johns Hopkins engineers and researchers are working to engineer single-cell organisms that will seek out and eat bacteria that are deadly to humans, reports The Baltimore Sun.
Muyinatu Bell is designing a new image-guided surgical system that could provide surgeons with increased precision.
After 60 years at the vanguard of the physics of sound, prolific inventor James E. West is on to his next big project: a smart stethoscope.

Musical robots designed and built by undergraduate students in the Introduction to Mechatronics course performed "Ode to Joy."

Nnake Nweke, PhD '06, is the first director of the Office of Internet Freedom for the Broadcasting Board of Governors. 

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