MSU to offer $5,000 to $10,000 in EV scholarships

March 1, 2023 

Statewide effort promotes new careers in electric vehicles, mobility

MSU will be joining the Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s new Talent Action Team, a public-private partnership, to recruit electric vehicle and mobility talent to Michigan. A new scholarship program was announced Wednesday, March 1, in a virtual press conference with Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II.

Mauro Ettorre

Mauro Ettorre’s research interests are in the broad area of applied electromagnetics, RF circuits and antennas for sensors, radars, Satellite communications and next generation wireless networks. His research activity includes the analysis and design of millimeter and sub-millimeter antennas and antennas, periodic and quasi-periodic structures (frequency selective surfaces, metasurfaces, etc.), quasi-optical systems and beam formers, near-field focusing devices and non-diffractive waves.

Tongtong Li working to increase network security

Dec. 21, 2022

Protecting the safety and efficiency of wireless communications

Wireless technology has taken over modern communication, making cybersecurity a critical research point in today’s society. At the forefront of this research is Professor Tongtong Li from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, who has been working on research to make wireless communication more secure in 5G and upcoming 6G networks.

According to Li, wired communication is far more secure than wireless communication.