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School of Engineering & Applied Science

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.

Wagner receives 2016 IBM Faculty Award

Emeritus Professor receives 2016 IBM Faculty Award.

Kahn appointed as Vice Dean of SEAS

Prof. Antoine Kahn, Electrical Engineering professor and Stephen C. Macaleer '63 Professor in Engineering and Applied Science, has been appointed as vice dean of the School of Engineering.

Chou collaborates with U.S. Government to develop more rapid, accurate and inexpensive test for Ebola virus

Development of quick, early test for Ebola could prevent future epidemics.

Alejandro Rodriguez awarded junior faculty award from SEAS

E. Lawrence Keys, Jr./Emerson Electric Co. Faculty Advancement Award is given to Alejandro Rodriguez.

Chiang awarded SEAS Distinguished Teaching Award

Electrical Engineering Professor receives Distinguished Teacher Award from the School of Engineering.

Sengupta receives DURIP grant

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.”

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”

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".

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