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Grad Student Lingyu Hong wins Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship

Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship awarded to EE and Chemistry Grad Students.

HackPrinceton draws a crowd of over 500 and features Google Chair, Eric Schmidt '76

Princeton's fourth installment of HackPrinceton continues to build on the success of past events.

MelodEE 2015 is a huge hit!

An evening of entertainment and fun from the EE Department.

EE Alum Carole-Jean Wu *12 receives Best of Computer Architecture Letter Award

EE Graduate Alum makes strides in sustainable computing.

Chou receives Schmidt Award for Smartphone that conducts medical tests

Professor Chou received Schmidt Award to support development of a smartphone that conducts medical tests.

Michael Stonebraker '65 wins 2014 ACM A. M. Turing Award

EE Alumnus is recipient of the ACM A.M. Turing Award.

EE Alumnus named President & CEO of NewNet Communication Technologies

EE Alumnus named new President & CEO of global provider of telecom solutions company.

Grad Student Burcin Cakir wins Best Paper Award

Grad student wins Best Paper in Application Design at 2015 Design Automation and Test Conference.

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

SEAS E-Council awards Prucnal with Lifetime Achievement.

Wentzlaff receives NSF CAREER Award

Prof. David Wentzlaff is the recipient of NSF CAREER Award entitled "Commonality Exploiting Architectures for Energy Efficiency".

Sengupta co-awarded 2015 Microwave Prize

Prof. Kaushik Sengupta was co-awarded the 2015 Microwave Prize for the most significant contribution by a published paper to the field of interest of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society.

Cuff receives AFOSR Young Investigator Program Award

Prof. Paul Cuff has received the 2015 Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) Young Investigator Program (YIP) Award. Prof. Cuff received this award for his proposal "Performance-based Security for Encoding of Information Signals."

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.

ELE Independent Work and Senior Thesis Poster Presentations

EE Undergraduates present oral poster presentations

Rodriguez Receives NSF Career Award

Prof. Alejandro Rodriguez received the National Science Foundation Career Award for his research proposal entitled "Fluctuation-Induced Phenomena in Microstructured Media."

EE Alumnus Yuan Xie named IEEE Fellow

Yuan Xie*02 has been named IEEE Fellow for his contributions to design automation and architecture of three-dimensional integrated circuits.

EE Alumnus Thomas Kurian elevated as President, Product Development of Oracle

Thomas Kurian’90 has been elevated as president of Oracle and is responsible for software development.  

Malik recognized as an ACM Fellow

Prof. Sharad Malik has been recognized as an ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Fellow for his contributions to efficient and capable SAT solvers and accurate embedded software models.

Abbe wins First Prize at Bell Labs Prize

Prof. Emmanuel Abbe, assistant professor in the department, has received First Prize at Bell Labs 2014 prize showcasing innovative ideas with the power to change communications for his proposal entitled “A Shannon Theory of Social Networks and Beyond”.

Gmachl and Verma research featured in news story

 
Prof. Claire Gmachl’s research on developing a non-invasive way to monitor blood sugar using laser as well as Prof. Naveen Verma’s research on developing technologies to make it possible to interact with computers or other electronic devices using hand gestures instead of typing on a keyboard have been featured on the main page of Princeton University. 

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