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Professor John B. Thomas Obituary

Air Force awards Yuxin Chen for 'taming nonconvexivity'

Raj wins graduate student fellowship from DOE to study lithium ion batteries

Markakis, a junior, honored at Opening Exercises

Engineering faculty funded to develop next generation computer chips

Undergraduates Honored on Class Day 2018

Degrees conferred to 19 Ph.D. students at commencement

Postdocs find their way to faculty positions

Army's Young Investigator Program honors Prateek Mittal for work on safer memory

Kaushik Sengupta represents Princeton research on Capitol Hill

ACM Outstanding Dissertation Award granted to graduate alumnus Pramod Subramanyan

Siemens Announces Winners of FutureMakers Challenge

Students host annual talent show, MelodEE 2018 (video)

Seven current and former students awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Kaushik Sengupta receives DARPA Young Faculty Award

Gmachl, Sengupta awarded E-Council teaching honors

Faculty research team awarded Schmidt fund to identify materials for quantum systems

Mittal wins Navy award to make machine learning more secure

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Prateek Mittal has received a 2018 Young Investigators Award from the United States Office of Naval Research.

Wearable devices could diagnose illness as it emerges

In a paper in the journal IEEE Transactions on Multi-Scale Computing Systems, researchers led by Niraj Jha reported that their system, the Hierarchical Health Decision Support System (HDSS), used biomedical data to successfully detect five diseases in simulations created from an amalgamation of patient data. The paper, published in the journal’s Oct.-Dec. issue, states that the system diagnosed type-2 diabetes with 78 percent accuracy, arrhythmia with 86 percent accuracy, urinary bladder disorder with 99 percent accuracy, hypothyroid with 95 percent accuracy and renal pelvis nephritis with 94 percent accuracy.

Wei-Han Lee was awarded the Best Paper Award at 2018 ICISSP

EE Graduate Student Wei-Han Lee was awarded the Best Paper Award at the 2018 International Conference on Information Systems Security and Privacy (ICISSP) for his paper entitled, "Inferring Smartphone Users’ Handwritten Patterns by using Motion Sensors”. 

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