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Independent Work Poster Presentation Session

Students present independent work during poster session.

Jha wins funding from Project X

Prof. Niraj Jha has won funding from Project X for his proposal entitled “Using Biological Aura for Continuous User Authentication”. 

Former EE postdoc Sander Wahls receives Johann-Philipp-Reis Award

Former EE postdoc Sander Wahls has received the Johann-Philipp-Reis Award for research on fast nonlinear Fourier transforms and their application in fiber-optic communication. 

Mittal receives National Science Foundation Career Award

Prof. Prateek Mittal received the National Science Foundation Career Award for his research proposal entitled “Trustworthy Social Systems Using Network Science”. 

Poor elected to World Academy of Sciences

Prof. H. Vincent Poor, Dean of Princeton University's School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Michael Henry Strater University Professor of Electrical Engineering, has been elected to World Academy of Sciences as a fellow. 

Poor named National Academy of Inventors Fellow

Prof. H. Vincent Poor, Dean of Princeton University's School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Michael Henry Strater University Professor of Electrical Engineering, has been named a 2015 fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.

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.

2016 IEEE Medal of Honor awarded to EE Alumni, G. David Forney Jr. '61

G. David Forney, Jr '61 awarded the 2016 IEEE Medal of Honor.

Sengupta’s research highlighted in Discovery Magazine

Prof. Kaushik Sengupta’s research on computer chip-based diagnostic system has been highlighted in Discovery Magazine. 

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.

Katherine White ’88 elected to Old National Corporate Board of Directors

Katherine White ’88, a graduate from electrical engineering and computer science has been elected to Old National’s corporate board of directors. 

William Krivoshik ’79 named as Chief Technology Officer for Kroll

William Krivoshik ’79 was named as chief technology officer for Kroll, a global company offering risk mitigation and response solutions.

Former EE postdoc Yang Liu named finalist in the 2015 Blavatnik Awards

Former EE postdoc Yang Liu has been named one of the finalist in the 2015 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists competition.

EE Fall 2015 Newsletter is Now Available

Check out what's been happening in the EE Department!

John Suarez *12 recognized as 2015 STEM Military/Civilian Hero

EE Alumnus, Dr.  John Suarez *12 honored at 27th Annual Hispanic Engineers National Achievement Awards Conference.

Wagner receives 2015 IBM Faculty Award

Prof. Sigurd Wagner is the recipient of the 2015 IBM Faculty Award for research collaboration on silicon heterojunction devices. 

Gmachl receives Department Recognition

Prof. Claire Gmachl receives the Walter Curtis Johnson Award for excellence in teaching undergraduate students!

Rand receives DARPA Young Faculty Award

Prof. Barry Rand, assistant professor in the department, has received the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)’s Young Faculty Award (YFA) for his proposal entitled, " Compound semiconductors for transient electronic and optoelectronic systems ". 
 

Department Welcomes New Graduate Students

Department welcomes 32 new graduate students.

Prof. Poor and Prof. Verdu mentioned in 2015 Highly Cited Researchers Thomson Reuters

Prof. Vincent Poor and Prof. Sergio Verdu are among twenty five Princeton professors in the category of 2015 Highly Cited Researchers Thomson Reuters.

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