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Chiang to Lead Keller Center

Mung Chiang, a professor in the Electrical Engineering Department has been appointed director of the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education.

Grad Student Yanqi Zhou awarded 2014 Microsoft PhD Fellowship Program

Grad Student Yanqi Zhou is one of 12 graduate students selected to receive the 2014 Microsoft PhD Fellowship Program award.

Graduate Students win awards at two top circuits conferences

EE Grad Students Yingzhe (Dylan) Hu, Liechao Huang, Warren Rieutort-Louis, and Josue Sanz-Robinson have won honors at two integrated-circuits conferences

Sharon Goldberg *09 awarded 2014 Sloan Research Fellowship

Sharon Goldberg ’09 has been awarded a 2014 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship. Having received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in 2009 and her B.A.Sc. from the University of Toronto, she currently is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at Boston University. This

Two EE Professors Received AFOSR Young Investigator Program Awards

Professors Naveen Verma and David Wentzlaff both receive Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Program Awards.

EE Professor Kulkarni name Dean of Graduate School

Professor Sanjeev Kulkarni named Dean of the Graduate School.

EE Assistant Professor Paul Cuff Receives NSF Career Award

Prof. Cuff receives NSF Career Award.

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.

Two EE Professors received Top-cited Paper by Chemical Physics Letters

Prof. Gmachl and Wysocki receive top cited paper in Chemical Physics Letters.

Hangauer Awarded for PhD Dissertation

Andreas Hangauer a postdoctoral researcher in the group of Prof. Gerard Wysocki has received Best PhD Dissertation Award.

Chou Elected to National Academy of Inventors

Prof. Stephen Chou elected as fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

EE pioneer Willis H. Ware *51 has passed away

Willis H. Ware *51, a pioneer electrical engineer who in the late 1940s helped build a machine that would become a blueprint for computer design has passed away at the age of 93.

Two EE Graduate Alumni Elected IEEE Fellows

Two EE Graduate Alumni receive IEEE Fellow distinctions.

HackPrinceton draws over 500 students

EE students participate in HackPrinceton, November 8 - 10, 2013.

Verdu appointed as Corresponding Member of the Royal Academy of Engineering of Spain

Prof. Sergio Verdu appointed as a Corresponding Member of the Royal Academy of Engineering of Spain.

Abbe featured in New York Times

Prof. Emmanuel Abbe paper "Privacy-Preserving Methods for Sharing Finanical Risk Exposures" is featured in the New York Times.

Alejandro Rodriguez joins the EE Department as Assistant Professor

Join the EE Department as we welcome Alejandro Rodriguez as Assistant Professor.

Amy Wu receives Young Investigator Award

EE Graduate Student Amy Wu has been awarded a prestigious Young Investigator Award.

Prateek Mittal joins the EE Department as Assistant Professor

Join us as we welcome Prateek Mittal as Assistant Professor.

New textbook ranks high on Amazon chart

Prof. Mung Chiang's new textbook ranks #1 in Networking Books.

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