Faculty at Work: Guy Hagen

March 6, 2019

Guy Hagen focuses on developing new methods in optical microscopy, and on applying these methods to biomedical research problems in areas such as allergies, diabetes and cancer. (More)

Kratos donates channel simulator to UCCS Engineering Lab

December 10, 2018

Electrical engineering students will now be able to study and analyze communication signals between platforms such as ground stations, satellites, airplanes, UAVs/drones, or missiles thanks to an in-kind gift of a channel simulator from Kratos and its local subsidiary, Kratos RT Logic. (More)

Faculty at work: John Adams

October 12, 2018

What do you do when you can’t really replicate the vibrations of the wing of an airplane in a classroom context? You build an apparatus that will simulate this motion so that it can be observed and analyzed in the classroom. (More)

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