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David C. Munson Jr. *78 *79 is RIT’s next president

David C. Munson Jr. *78 *79  is Rochester Institute of Technology’s next president.  Munson’s career path began at the University of Illinois where in 1979 he started as an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. After 24 years, he left Illinois to become chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. In 2006, Munson was named the Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering at Michigan where he served two five-year terms, the maximum allowed.

Rand develops new LED lighting technology with self-assembling particles

Prof. Barry Rand, postdoctoral researcher Zhengguo Xiao and Graduates Student Ross Kerner and Lianfeng Zhao have developed new LED technology by refining the manufacturing of light sources made with crystalline substances known as perovskites, a more efficient and potentially lower-cost alternative to materials used in LEDs found on store shelves.

Six EE Professors receive funding from SEAS Innovation Fund

Six EE Faculty Members receive Innovation Funding Awards.

Christopher G. Brinton *16 and Prof. Mung Chiang Reveal the Power of Networks

In their new book, The Power of Networks: Six Principles That Connect Our Lives (Princeton University Press), Christopher G. Brinton *16 and EE professor Mung Chiang lay out six basic principles that govern the behavior of the networks behind everything from cellphone connections to Netflix’s recommendations algorithm.

David Treadwell III ’89 moves to Amazon

David Treadwell has joined Amazon after spending almost three decades at Microsoft.

Graduate Students Lingyu Hong and Xue Wu receive IEEE pre-doctoral achievement award from IEEE-SSCS

EE Graduate Students Lingyu Hong and Xue Wu have received the prestigious IEEE pre-doctoral achievement award from the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society.

James Obsitnik’91 joins Capsilon as COO

James Obsitnik was appointed chief operating officer of Capsilon Corporation, a provider of cloud-based document and data management solutions for the mortgage industry.

Poor selected to receive IEEE 2017 Alexander Graham Bell Medal

Poor to receive 2017 IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal

Over 600 attend HackPrinceton November 11 - 13th

HackPrinceton is another huge success!

EE Graduate Student Janam Jhaveri honored at Siebel Scholar Award Dinner

Princeton Students honored at dinner for the 2016 Siebel Scholar Awards.

Graduate Student Akil Word-Daniels explains balancing studies and outside activities

Graduate student featured in Princeton Profiles.

Graduate Program Video

Learn about Electrical Engineering Research at Princeton.

EE Graduate Student co-authored Best Paper Award at ACM/IEEE International Symposium

EE Grad Student co-authors one of the two Best Paper Awards given at conference.

Eric Schmidt '76 receives Woodrow Wilson Award

Eric Schmidt '76 is the is the recipient fo the Woodrow Wilson Award.  Schmidt is the executive chairman of Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google.

John Suarez *12 received U.S. Department of the Army Commander Award for Civilian Service

Dr. John Suarez, *12 has been recognized for his work in developing electronics for the Army.

Five Electrical Engineering Graduate Students Receive School of Engineering Award for Excellence

EE Graduate Students honored with the SEAS Award for Excellence

Grad Student Alexandra Werth receives poster prize at the IQCLSW Workshop

EE Graduate Student receives poster prize at IQCLSW workshop in September.

Postdoctoral Research Associate Liang Zheng named 2016 Rising Star

Zheng named 2016 Rising Star

de Leon receives AFOSR YIP Award

de Leon is one of 58 researchers to receive the 2017 AFOSR YIP Award.

Three Graduate Students receive Yan Huo *94 Fellowship

Graduate students receive Yan Huo *94 Fellowship

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