10 Electrical Engineering Research Projects Making Their Mark in 2024

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Researchers at MIT have developed a self-powered, battery-free sensor that harvests magnetic energy from its surroundings.

Magnetic Energy Harvesting Sensor

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Caltech researchers have published their latest research on mode-locked lasers, lasers that emit light in steady pulses instead of in one continuous beam.

Tying Knots Inside Lasers (Caltech)

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Researchers at the University of Florida are developing 3D processors that could revolutionize wireless communications.

3D Processors for Wireless Comms (University of Florida)

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Researchers at the Shibaura Institute of Technology in Japan are developing new technologies to improve electrical fire safety. 

Enhancing Electrical Fire Safety (Shibaura Institute of Technology)

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Researchers at the National University of Singapore have achieved a milestone in solar cell technology by developing triple-junction tandem solar cells.

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Record Solar Cell Efficiency (National University of Singapore)

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Perovskite solar cells are a promising new type of solar cell that is more efficient and less expensive to produce than traditional silicon solar cells.

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Ultra-thin, Flexible Perovskite Solar Cells (Empa)

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Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley are developing new brain-computer interfaces (BCIs).

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Brain-Computer Interfaces for Paralysis (University of California, Berkeley)

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Researchers at Stanford University are developing new biocompatible implantable biosensors.

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Biocompatible Implantable Biosensors (Stanford University)

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It is designed for artificial intelligence (AI) applications.

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Low-Power, High-Performance Processors for AI (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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It has several advantages over traditional silicon transistors.

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Gallium Nitride Transistors for Next-Generation Power Electronics (Various Research Groups)

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