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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

Emmanuel Abbe receives Walter Curtis Johnson Award

Prof. Emmanuel Abbe receives the Walter Curtis Johnson Award for excellence in teaching undergraduate students!

Department Welcomes 27 new Graduate Students

Department welcomes new graduate students.

Princeton juniors build robotic projects

Princeton juniors majoring in electrical engineering put their previous coursework into practice by building robotic projects in the course "Building Real Systems," known as Car Lab,  Video link is below.

EE Undergraduate student receive a top prizes at Opening Exercises

Princeton University honored EE undergraduate with one of it top prizes during Opening Exercises.

Yanqi Zhou Selected to Attend 2016 Rising Stars Workshop

EE Graduate Student Yanqi Zhou has been selected to attend 2016 Rising Stars Workshop hosted by Carnegie Melon University this October.

Janam Jhaveri selected as 2017 Siebel Scholar in Energy Science

EE Graduate Student Janam Jhaveri is the receipient of 2017 Siebel Scholars award. Janam is advised by Prof. James Sturm. 

Wagner receives 2016 IBM Faculty Award

Emeritus Professor receives 2016 IBM Faculty Award.

EE Students and Faculty Present Security Research at ACM Conference

EE Faculty and Grad Students present papers at 23rd Annual ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security.

New Microchip "Piton" presented at Hot Chips Symposium

Princeton Parallel Group's "Piton", among the largest chip ever built in academica, shows how servers could run far more efficiently and cheaply.

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