Improving Amplifiers for Fiber Optic Networks
Professor, Claudio Talarico, is working to improve the way signals are transmitted and received by fiber optic networks. The work, done in collaboration with researchers at Google and the University of Arizona, has resulted in the design of an optimized transimpedance amplifier.
Dr. Niezgoda Works to Create Stream Restoration Standards
Over the last several years, Assoicate Professor, Sue Niezgoda, civil engineering, has led development of a nationally approved "body of knowledge" on stream restoration.
Ed and Bunny Renouard Distinguished Lecturer Series - Daniel Harmon, NAES Coportaion, Project Engineer
Based on a generous donation from the Renouards, the School of Engineering and Applied Science is hosting a distinguished lecturer series during the 2014-2015 academic year.
T&D Graduate Prepares for a Cloud Invasion
Josh Lankford, (METD, ’13) is the only fulltime engineer working at the Umatilla Electric Cooperative in Oregon.When he started there in 2009, UEC served 14,000 members and provided 875 million average kilowatt-hours (kWH) of power a year. Now, several technology-based companies have opened, or are planning, large data centers in the coop’s territory and within five years the power load is expected to increase by 400%.
Using Computer Science to Better Understand Species
Computer Science Associate Professor Shawn Bowers, PhD, is helping biologists in their quest to compare and classify different species.
Finding Local Solutions in Africa
A multi-disciplinary team of Gonzaga engineering students is working with residents in a rural community in Zambia to improve air and water quality using existing resources.
Mechanical Engineering Student Presents Research Findings at MS&T
Emily Petersen, a Gonzaga University Mechanical Engineering junior, presented hydrogen research results at Materials Science and Technology 2014 (MS&T), a conference for materials professionals.