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Partnership paves way for new undergraduate lab equipment

MU Engineering students hitting the undergraduate research lab for classes and homework this semester discovered the lab’s aging electronic test equipment had been replaced with new, state-of-the art units from Tektronix

Capstone instructor’s class focuses on rounded design process

Each semester, University of Missouri electrical and computer engineering instructor Jim Fischer is responsible for both ECE 3110 and ECE 4970 courses, the department’s Projects and Senior Capstone Design classes. Both require students to utilize classroom concepts to conceptualize and build hands-on projects of their own devising — under Fischer’s watchful eye. “Basically, I serve […]

Wind River donates more than $2 million in software to engineering

A California-based company has donated more than $2 million worth of computer software to Mizzou Engineering, paving the way for electrical and computer engineering students to practice classroom theory and compete more effectively for jobs upon graduation. Wind River, which sells commercial “real-time” software operating systems that are embedded in electronic devices of all sorts, […]

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