Prof. Kaushik Sengupta was awarded the Defense Research University Instrumentation Program (DURIP) grant from Office of Naval Research for his project “Universal Chip-scale mm-Wave and THz systems with Programmable Electromagnetic Fields for New Modalities in Sensing, Communication and Computation.”
Mark Jung’82 has joined the board of directors of Accela, a provider of cloud-based productivity and civic engagement solutions for state and local government agencies worldwide. As chair, he will help guide the California-headquartered company on best practices and in planning strategies for future developments.
Cynthia Dwork’79, currently a distinguished scientist at Microsoft Research in Silicon Valley, will join the faculty at Harvard in January 2017. She will be the Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science at the Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) and also hold the Radcilffe Alumnae Professorship at Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
Prof. Sharad Malik, Pramod Subramanian and Sayak Ray receives Best Student Paper Award by HOST 2015
Prof. Sharad Malik, EE Graduate Student Pramod Subramanian and former EE Postdoc Sayak Ray have received the Best Student Paper Award by HOST (IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust) 2015 for their paper entitled “Evaluating the Security of Logic Encryption Algorithms”
Eric Schmidt ’76 to head Pentagon’s new advisory board
The Pentagon announced that Eric Schmidt, executive chair of Alphabet, will head its new Defense Innovation Advisory Board, formed to provide advice on technology and related innovation to Secretary of Defense Ash Carter.
Sengupta lab receives MURI grant from Department of Defense
Prof. Kaushik Sengupta’s lab along with collaborators at California Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University and University of Minnesota were one of 23 awardees of the Multi-University Research Initiative (MURI) grant from Department of Defense for their research entitled "Universal Electromagnetic Surface: Exploiting active electronics and active origami to generate a programmable electromagnectic response".