IEEE is a project based club, each officer is leading at least one project and holds project meetings every week.

Ben Jackson


Ben Jackson is a junior here at UVM majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Some of Ben's hobbies are playing soccer, saxophone, and video editing. Outside of the club, Ben is involved in jazz bands, Futsal Club, and a small brand. He has also been involved in research on campus. Within the club he looks forward to working on his own engineering projects as well as helping others complete their project goals.

Noah Logan

Vice President

Noah Logan is a junior undergraduate Electrical Engineering major at UVM. Noah is also a part of ZUVM Club Fencing. In his free time he enjoys playing video games, skiing, and Magic the Gathering.

Thomas Tousignant

Technical Officer

Thomas Tousignant is a senior at the University of Vermont pursuing his bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Electrical Engineering. This year he holds the title of Technical Officer for IEEE. His interests lie predominately in Aerospace and CAD. He spends his free time skiing, playing video games, and coding simple video games.

Jonathan Saunders


Jon is a junior at the University of Vermont studying Electrical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. He enjoys toying with retro and modern PCs, Arduinos, radios, and other electronics. Outside of EE, he enjoys skiing in the winter and hiking and fishing in the summer.

Luis Duffaut-Espinosa


Dr. Duffaut Espinosa is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Vermont. His research interests lie in the intersection of estimation theory, signal processing, control theory and learning technologies with emphasis in approaches that are non-parametric and model-free for applications in power systems, monitoring of environmental systems, quantum control and general modelling of nonlinear systems. Prior to joining the University of Vermont as an assistant professor, he was research assistant professor at the university of Vermont (2016-2019) and was faculty in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of George Mason University (2014-2016). He also held a postdoctoral position at Johns Hopkins University (2010-2011) and a research associate position at the University of New South Wales in Canberra, Australia (2011-2013). He received his Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering from Old Dominion University in 2009, the M.S. degree in mathematics from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú in 2005 and the B.S. degree in physics from the Universidad Nacional de Ingenería in Perú in 2003