Posted July 18th, 2016
Posted July 20th, 2016
Someday buildings may sense how you feel and respond with subtle changes to lighting, color, and perhaps even structural features. Assistant Professor Semiha Ergan of the Department of Civil and Urban Engineering is laying the groundwork with a unique program that explores not only how people feel about architectural spaces, but how their bodies and minds respond to them.
Posted July 15th, 2016
On July 14 the FCC voted affirmatively on a historic plan — the Spectrum Frontier Proceeding (SFP) — aimed at freeing up unprecedented amounts of bandwidth for the fifth generation (5G) of wireless communication. It was not until 2013, when a seminal paper by Professor Ted Rappaport was published in an IEEE journal, that the world awoke to the possibilities of tapping that underutilized spectrum.