Princeton University

School of Engineering & Applied Science

Research identifies methods to protect against online privacy attacks

Researchers at Princeton University recommend steps to combat certain types of Tor’s vulnerabilities in a new paper.

Christopher G. Brinton *16 and Prof. Mung Chiang Reveal the Power of Networks

In their new book, The Power of Networks: Six Principles That Connect Our Lives (Princeton University Press), Christopher G. Brinton *16 and EE professor Mung Chiang lay out six basic principles that govern the behavior of the networks behind everything from cellphone connections to Netflix’s recommendations algorithm.

Chiang awarded SEAS Distinguished Teaching Award

Electrical Engineering Professor receives Distinguished Teacher Award from the School of Engineering.

Three Graduate Students receive Yan Huo *94 Fellowship

EE Graduate Students receive Yan Huo *94 Fellowship

Prof. Mung Chiang co-creator of consortium on ‘Fog’ Network

Prof. Mung Chiang is the co-founder of the Open Fog Consortium, a new non-profit group whose goal is to build a basic architecture for fog networking in coming years.

Chiang selected to Chair Princeton Entrepreneurship Council

Chiang to lead Princeton Entrepreneurship Council.

Chiang and Prucnal inventions awarded support from Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund

Princeton's Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund has awarded support to five inventions with the potential for societal benefit and commercial applications. Among them are inventions by two EE Professors.

Grad Student Felix Wong wins 2014 Yelp Data Challenge Grand Prize

EE Grad Student Felix Wong, who is advised by Prof. Mung Chiang, received the 2014 Grand Prize of the Yelp Data Challenge. The entry is based on the paper to appear at IEEE INFOCOM 2015: “On the Efficiency of Social Recommender Networks.” 

Princeton Smart Data Pricing team wins 2014 INFORMS Design Science Award

A Princeton team consisting of Prof. Mung Chiang, Sangtae Ha (Assistant Professor in CS, University of Colorado at Boulder), Soumya Sen (Assistant Professor in Business School, University of Minnesota), and Carlee Joe-Wong (PACM student advised by Prof. Mung Chiang) received the 2014 INFORMS Information Science Society Design Science award, for their research, prototyping, and deployment of Smart Data Pricing in the mobile industry.

Chiang named Guggenheim Fellow

Prof. Mung Chiang was named one of the 177 Guggenheim Fellows for 2014.