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School of Engineering & Applied Science

Neuromorphic Photonics co-authored by Prucnal published

Book entitled "Neuromorphic Photonics" co-authored by Prof. Paul Prucnal and Bhavin Shastri has been published.  The book explores candidate interconnection architectures and devices for integrated neuromorphic networks, along with key functionality such as learning.

Jha, Prucnal and Sengupta awarded IPA Fund

EE Profs. Niraj Jha, Paul Prucnal and Kaushik Sengupta are among the five recipients awarded funding through Princeton’s Intellectual Property Accelerator (IPA) Fund.

Prucnal group’s research mentioned in IEEE Spectrum

Research done by Prof. Paul Prucnal’s group is mentioned in IEEE Spectrum.  The group is working on developing so-called neuromorphic chips consisting of networks of transistors that interact the way neurons do, allowing them to process analog input, such as visual information, more quickly and accurately than traditional chips can. 

Prucnal receives Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching from Engineering Council

SEAS E-Council awards Prucnal with Lifetime Achievement.

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.

EE Professor, Paul Prucnal, Awarded IP Accelerator Fund

Professor Paul Prucnal and his team have been awarded the one of the Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund.