CSE is launching a new series of interviews called CSE Spotlight where we go behind the scenes to get more insight into some of the notable happenings and people within the department. Learn stories such as how Dr. Josh Siegel turned an idea about using RFID tags to detect diaper wetness into an IEEE Sensors Journal best paper for 2020 and how Dr. Emily Dolson pivoted her research into developing a new device for small hospitals to disinfect PPE for reuse when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March of 2020.

Interview with new faculty member Dr. Emily Dolson

Join Dr. Eric Torng, Associate Chair for Research and Faculty Development, as he interviews new CSE faculty member, Dr. Emily Dolson. Learn about how she uses her expertise with evolution to study ways to fight cancer and how she and her lab pivoted to develop a method for smaller hospitals to disinfect PPE to help with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Josh Siegel talks about IEEE Sensors award winning paper on diaper wetness detection

Dr. Eric Torng, Associate Chair for Research and Faculty Development, interviews rising star Dr. Josh Siegel to talk about Josh's paper which received the 2020 IEEE Sensors Journal Best Paper award. This paper won out over all papers published in IEEE Sensors for the past year. You don't want to miss all the fascinating details that went into this paper including how this has affected new parent Josh.

Understanding the heart of the earth.

In January, 2015, a team of researchers from UNC-Chapel Hill, Boise State University, Georgia State University, and Michigan State University, set out to complete an expedition on one of South America's most active volcanos.