While current wireless networks support cellular and Wi-Fi services, future networks will need to support a much broader range of technologies, from driverless cars to remote health applications. The existing… Read More
Nimble and steady on their feet: next-generation legged robots
Could legged robots be used to find survivors after an earthquake or to fight forest fires? Answering that question is the goal of Vince Kurtz’s research. A graduate student in… Read More
Nicholas Garcia, working with Professor Chisum publishes article in IEEE TAP
Graduate Resarch Assistant Nicholas Garcia, who works with Professor Chisum published a manuscript in IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation on April 30, 2020, entitled “High-efficiency, Wideband GRIN Lenses with Intrinsically Matched Unit-cells”.
Hochwald, a panelist at the Science and Engineering Spectrum: Current Challenges and Future Directions
Professor Hochwald, of the University of Notre Dame Wireless Institute, was a panelist at the NSF-sponsored virtual workshop “Science and Engineering Spectrum: Current Challenges and Future Directions” held on May… Read More
Research During COVID-19
As these are unprecedented times, no one knows what research will look like in the coming months, but for the time being, researchers are doing their best to keep up with their work.
Notre Dame donates 3D printed face shields to medical outlets in need
Most of the research laboratories at the University of Notre Dame have been placed in hibernation mode during the coronavirus pandemic response. However, there’s a chorus of whining, whirling and… Read More