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·        ENNSG students attend Slava Festival at Dr.Stanko R.Brankovic's house.  December 9, 2009

The ENNSG students were invited to Dr. Stanko R. Brankovic's place for the Slava festival, which is a Serbian tradition. The students interacted with other guests and came to know more about the Serbian culture. They had a good time and enjoyed authentic Serbian food.

·         Researchers Awarded Funding to Expand Nano Work Being Done at UH Center, College News, December 2, 2009

In the second grant totaling $279,998, Litvinov is partnering with Weller and Stanko Brankovic, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. Together, they will further explore how the ingredients used to create the magnetic materials that help to store data in magnetic hard disks can be changed at the nanoscale. Using his electrochemical nanofabrication technique, Brankovic hopes to align the materials in a specific atom order to help magnetic bits used in these disks be more stable—a challenge currently hindering growth of the magnetic data storage industry to date. The stronger the magnetism of a material, he said, the more useful it is since this stronger magnetism allows the material to store data more easily.

·         Grant Earns Engineering Researcher State-of-the-Art Tool, College News, November 19, 2009

An equipment grant from Semitool Inc. has afforded a University of Houston researcher a sophisticated machine that could make it possible to apply what has been learned in his lab to control stress levels in the thin films used in everyday sensors and magnetic recording devices.

·         Engineering Faculty Recognized for Teaching, Research, College News, May 8, 2009

Dean Joseph Tedesco recognized UH Cullen College of Engineering faculty members for outstanding teaching and research during the 2008-2009 academic year at the college's Spring Faculty/Staff Meeting.

·         Graduate Research Conference , Hilton at University of Houston, May 1, 2009  

Graduate students Dincer Gokcen, Jinnie George, and Joel Thomas participated in the Graduate Research Conference of Electrical & Computer Engineering Department.