Congratulations to Nahla on winning this prestigious award. This award recognizes novel use or development of Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools or design methods leading to the improved manufacture and application of sophisticated micro-nanosystem prototypes relevant to Canadian industry.
https://www.innovation360.ca/texpo-winners-2018/November 5, 2018
Congratulations to Dr. Behzad Nouri and Prof. Michel Nakhla for Best Paper Award on their article "Reduced Order Model for Time-Domain Sensitivity Analysis of Active Circuits" in SPI 2018 (22nd IEEE International Workshop on Signal and Power Integrity).June 1, 2018
Congratulations to Winnie Ye on receiving this award.May 25, 2018
I am delighted to inform you that Joseph Botros (Electronics) has been awarded one of our five honourable mentions for the 2017-2018 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards. These awards celebrate the contributions and support Teaching Assistants give to the undergraduate programs in their disciplines, as well as their roles in establishing a positive learning environment and in implementing innovative teaching practices.May 4, 2018
The Department of Electronics sadly announces the passing of Professor Emeritus Tadeusz Kwasniewski on February 5, 2018. Professor Kwasniewski joined Carleton in 1985. He was widely recognized for his research on frequency synthesis and design of circuits for wireline communications. He was actively engaged with local industry, acting as a consultant for many companies including Mitel, Nortel Networks, Newbridge, PMC-Sierra, and Altera Canada.March 1, 2018
As part of Carleton University’s 75th anniversary celebration, the Faculty of Engineering and Design is pleased to introduce all-new CU75 Graduate Scholarships, valued at up to $45,000 per year for up to three years*. To be eligible for the CU75 Scholarship, your application must be received by May 31, 2018.January 25, 2018
As prices for electric vehicles (EVs) come down and the number of public charging stations goes up, it seems that the electric car’s moment may have finally arrived.
But according to Xiaoyu Wang, associate professor in the Department of Electronics, there’s one more piece in the puzzle: transforming the power grid so that it can accommodate the increased demand.September 21, 2017