Princeton University

School of Engineering & Applied Science

Stacey Huang '16 receives 2016 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Award

Senior EE undergraduate student Stacey Huang has received the 2016 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Award.  Huang is currently working with Professor Gerard Wysocki on her Senior Thesis project focused on remote sensing of atmospheric methane using laser dispersion spectroscopy.

Co-authored paper by Wysocki awarded Best Paper Award

A paper co-authored by Prof. Gerard Wysocki and Prof. Yiguang Ju of MAE Department has been awarded 2015 Best Paper Award by the Combustion Society of Japan.

Prof. Wysocki partners with IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center

Prof. Wysocki partners with IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center to develop an integrated highly sensitive and reliable optical sensors for monitoring methane emissions.

Wysocki receives 2014 Peter Werle Early Career Scientist Award

Prof. Gerard Wysocki has been awarded the 2014 Peter Werle Early Career Scientist Award for his overall excellent track record of scientific innovation,

Two EE Professors received Top-cited Paper by Chemical Physics Letters

Prof. Gmachl and Wysocki receive top cited paper in Chemical Physics Letters.