Princeton University

School of Engineering & Applied Science

Chen developing systems for drones to auto-charge

Prof. Minjie Chen together with undergraduate researchers are developing a system that would allow drones to automatically recharge their batteries at solar-powered charging stations.

Abbe receives fellowship from Institute for Advanced Study

Abee awarded fellowship.

Malik research group's paper received the A. Richard Newton Technical Impact Award in Electronic Design Automation

Paper receives A. Richard Newton Technical Impact Award in Electronic Design Automation for 2017.

Sanjeev Kulkarni appointed Dean of the Faculty at Princeton University

The Board of Trustees approved the appointment for Dean of the Faculty for Prof. Sanjeev Kulkarni which was recommended by President Christopher L. Eisgruber.

Research identifies methods to protect against online privacy attacks

Researchers at Princeton University recommend steps to combat certain types of Tor’s vulnerabilities in a new paper.

Kulkarni Elected Clarkson University Trustee

Dean of Graduate School and EE Prof. Sanjeev Kulkarni is elected as Clarkson University Trustee. 

Mittal awarded junior faculty award from SEAS

Prof. Prateek Mittal is a co-recipient of the School of Engineering outstanding research and teaching awards.  Mittal will receive the E. Lawrence Keyes, Jr./Emerson Electric Co. Faculty Advancement Award.

Mysterious force harnessed in a silicon chip

EE Prof. Alejandro Rodriguez provided theoretical calculations for a new silicon chip designed to create tiny amount of energy by placing objects very close together.

Professor Prateek Mittal participates in Princeton-Fung Global Forum

EE Professor participates in Princeton-Fung Global Forum

Malik collaboration project awarded Dean for Research Innovation Funds

A collaboration between Princeton and a major internet company will enable researchers to develop solutions for the security challenges that threaten current and future computer systems. To address problems in computing security, Computer Science Prof. Aarti Gupta, and EE Prof. Sharad Malik will team with industrial partners to develop novel techniques for verifying security concerns across hardware and software to provide protected foundations on which computer-based services can depend.

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