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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.

Chiang receives IEEE SECON Best Paper Award

Prof. Mung Chiang's paper "Making 802.11 DCF Near-Optimal: Design, Implementation and Evaluation" receives Best Paper Award.

Five EE Graduate Students Receive The Wu Prize for Excellence!

EE Grad Students, Maika Takita, Stefan Muenzel, Sonika Johri, Yingzhe and Wei Ding receive the Wu Prize for Excellence.

Two EE Graduate Students Receive Honorific Fellowships

EE Grad Students Sonika Johri and Nicolas Pegard receive Honorific Fellowships from Princeton University Graduate School.

Barry Rand joins the EE Department as Assistant Professor

Join us as we welcome Barry Rand as Assistant Professor in the EE Department.

Gmachl receives Distinguished Teaching Award

Prof. Claire Gmachl has received the Distinguished Teaching Award from the School of Engineering and Applied Science for her contributions in creating several new courses including an introductory optics class and the engineering school's graduate-level ethics research course.

Houck awarded President's Award for Distinguished Teaching

Prof. Andrew Houck has been awarded the President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching. This is Princeton’s highest recognition for excellence in teaching.

Malik receives multiple awards at Design Automation Conference

Prof. Sharad Malik is the recipient of the following awards at the 50th Anniversary of the IEEE/ACM Design Automation Conference, the premier conference in Electronic Design Automation.

Congratulations to the Electrical Engineering Class of 2013

Daniel Lustig receives Intel Corporation PhD Fellowship

EE Grad Student Daniel Lustig is the recipient of the 2013-2014 Intel Corporation PhD Fellowship.

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