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CWRU Researchers Develop Wearable Sensor Technology to Help People Quit Smoking

A conversation between Dr. Ming-Chun Huang, a professor in EECS and Monica Webb Hopper of Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, led to a collaboration to develop technology-enhanced, personalized, mobile smoking-cessation system.

$9.1 million raised by XaTek Inc. for the ClotChip

ClotChip is technology that was developed by Case Western Reserve researchers and is licensed by the Technology Transfer Office.  The ClotChip can assess the clotting ability of a person's blood 95 times faster than current methods.  Dr. Pedram Mohseni led the team that developed the ClotChip technology. 

Amateur Radio Field Day Exercise

CWRU’s Amateur Radio Club participated in the American Radio Relay Leagues’ Field Day.  It’s a 24 hour contest to see who can contact the most hams.

Congratulations to Emeritus Professor Özsoyoğlu!

The EECS Department would like to congratulate Emeritus Professo Dr. Zehra Meral Özsoyoğlu for being awarded the 2018 SIGMOD Contributions Award!

Dr. Roberto Fernández Galán’s research on anatomically distinct microcircuit brain networks is making headlines

Roberto Fernández Galán, an assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the university’s Case School of Engineering, and a team of undergraduate researchers at Case Western Reserve have been recording the electrical activity of hundreds of neurons as they fire inside the brain of a mouse model—for up to half an hour at a time.

The full article can be found in the Case Daily.