ECE Advising Blog


March 22, 2023

Call for EE 499 Students

Undergraduate students interested in either of the following for EE 499 credit can reach out to: arpan99@uw.edu Problem Statement 1: NVM-based Crossbar architecture. Description: Emerging memory technology is a trending research domain. Crossbar architecture is crucial for future memory technologies. This project is to implement a set of equations (KCL & KVL) governing the voltage…


February 3, 2023

Undergraduate Job Opportunity: PNSN Student Electronics Shop Position

The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (pnsn.org) is the regional seismic network for Washington and Oregon and maintains 500+ seismic stations in the region. As such, there is a lot of electronics shop work, field work, and data work that needs to be done to install new stations and maintain and monitor current stations. This is…


January 4, 2023

Invitation for Women’s Datathon for Electrical and Computer Engineering Students

Hosted by Citadel LLC and Citadel Securities in partnership with Correlation One, the Data Open is inviting students who identify as women all across North America to compete at our first-ever Women’s Datathon this February.  Taking place from Friday, February 3rd to Saturday, February 4th in Miami, Florida, the competition will be a two-day long…


January 3, 2023

Job announcement for QT3 lab

The Quantum Technologies Training and Testbed (QT3) lab is seeking motivated freshman, sophomore or junior students to fill several undergraduate research positions.  We have a variety of ongoing projects in the lab, including development of photon-counting scanning confocal microscopes for characterization of quantum emitters and a quantum processor testbed based on NV-centers in diamond.  More…


September 23, 2022

PhD positions at Harvard SEAS

Prospective PhD students who want to obtain following skill sets are encouraged to apply for the positions at Harvard SEAS [seas.harvard.edu]:  (i) chip-scale nonlinear optics and photonic integration (specifically for atomic-photonic integration and nonlinear information processing),  (ii) advanced nano-fabrications in the Harvard nanofab [cns1.rc.fas.harvard.edu],  (iii) photonic inverse design as well as numerical simulations, and  (iv) photonic foundry tape-out (e.g. silicon nitride,…


August 10, 2022

Autumn 2022 Grader application now open!

Hello ECE Students,  The online application for Autumn 2022 Graders is now open. Please fill out the application *completely* to be considered. Any student who wishes to be a Grader must apply; if you do not fill out an application, you will not be considered as a Grader for Autumn 2022. Priorities for assignment include:…


May 24, 2022

Virtual 2022 Summer Job & Internship Fair: 6/23, 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

The Tri-Campus Job & Internship Fair will take place virtually via Handshake and will give all UW Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma students and alumni an exciting opportunity to network with dozens of employer representatives (via video/chat 1:1 and group sessions). All registered employers are actively recruiting UW students and alumni for full-time, part-time, internship and seasonal opportunities. We have over 55 employers currently registered with…


May 10, 2022

UWAA Multicultural Alumni Partnership Scholarship

University of Washington Alumni Association Multicultural Alumni Partnership 2022 Scholarship Application APPLICATION! The University of Washington Alumni Association (UWAA) Multicultural Alumni Partnership (MAP) awards scholarships to deserving University of Washington students who need financial assistance to assist with their progress toward a degree at the UW. Funding for these scholarships comes from contribution from UW alumni…


WiSE & SWE Annual COFFEE – Spring Quarter


May 2, 2022

UW Space Dialogue with Meredith Rawls – 5/5, 12:00 p.m.

Add to calendar Join us Thursday at Noon PDT on Zoom Astronomy, satellites, and the future of our sky We are witnessing a new era as skies fill with thousands of low-Earth-orbit satellites that reflect sunlight. Observational astronomy at all wavelengths is increasingly affected, and so is the shared human experience of the night sky. For optical ground-based astronomy,…



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