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On June 2, 2014, the EE Department celebrated 23 graduate students completing the PhD program this past year.
Prof. Gerard Wysocki has been awarded the 2014 Peter Werle Early Career Scientist Award for his overall excellent track record of scientific innovation,
Prof. Paul Prucnal's research on the Photonic Neuron Project was featured as the cover article (including the cover artwork) on the June issue of the IEEE Photonics Society Newsletter.
A paper coauthored by Prof. Prateek Mittal received Best Paper Award at the 9th ACM Symposium on IASIACCS 2014.
Princeton University is one of nine recipients for DOE funding for solid-state lighting (SSL) project
Arvind Ravikumar and John Chang *14, receive the 2014 Newport Graduate Award in Photonics.
Callie Woods and Abigail Ward, both members of the Class of 2014, were recipients of the SEAS Undergraduate Awards on June 2, 2014.
The Electrical Engineering Department awarded three graduate students with departmental awards.
Prof. Claire Gmachl honored with the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching.
Warren Rieutort-Louis, received Honorific Fellowship for 2014 - 2015 academic year.
The EE Class of 2014 was honored during the department Class Day celebration on June 2nd. During the celebration, the Electrical Engineering Department bestows department awards to six graduating seniors.
Prof. David Wentzlaff has won funding from Project X.
This research has been highlighted in a New York Times article "Invasion of the Body Hackers"
EE alum wins Director's Prize at the Annual Soldier Design Competition.
Janam Jhaveri has received the Maeder Graduate Fellowship in Energy and the Environment for the 2014 - 2015 academic year.
Prof. Sigurd Wagner honored for excellence in mentoring graduate students.
Prof. Stephen Chou will receive the IEEE Pioneer Award in Nanotechnology presented at IEEE NANO 2014 in Toronto, Canada in August.
Prof. Sergio Verdú has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS).
Prof. Vincent Poor has been elected as a Foreign Member of the Royal Society of London.
Prof. Mung Chiang was named one of the 177 Guggenheim Fellows for 2014.