WHO: Researchers at the University of Washington, including Matthew O’Donnell, the new dean of the UW’s College of Engineering, and colleagues from the University of Colorado; University of California, Los Angeles; and Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
University of Washington researchers have succeeded in building a cooling device tiny enough to fit on a computer chip that could work reliably and efficiently with the smallest microelectronic components.
WHO: Forty blind students, academics and professionals from around the country
WHAT: Technology Fair and tactile art experience, part of the first Vertical Mentoring Workshop for the Blind in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
WHEN: Friday, July 28.
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When the Department of Electrical Engineering first came into existence at the UW, electricity remained a luxury in many areas of the country.
This week, as construction fences go up and equipment is mobilized at the More Hall Annex, the closing chapter of an era in UW engineering will begin.
The UW is launching a new national program that will consolidate its position as a leader in helping people with disabilities enter the world of computing.
The University of Washington is launching a new national program that will consolidate its position as a leader in helping people with disabilities enter the world of computing.