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School of Engineering & Applied Science

Terahertz chips - a new way to see through matter

Princeton University researchers have drastically shrunk the equipment for producing terahertz — important electromagnetic pulses lasting one millionth of a millionth of a second.

Fleischer and Gmachl recipients of IP Accelerator Fund

Prof. Claire Gmachl and Prof. Jason Fleischer are recipients of IP Accelerator Fund.  The University's Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund provides up to $100,000 per project to be spent on additional proof-of-concept research, prototype development or other activities aimed at expanding the potential for innovation.

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.

Poor selected to receive IEEE 2017 Alexander Graham Bell Medal

Poor to receive 2017 IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal

de Leon receives AFOSR YIP Award

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

Emmanuel Abbe receives Walter Curtis Johnson Award

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

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.

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.

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