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Gmachl and Verma research featured in news story

 
Prof. Claire Gmachl’s research on developing a non-invasive way to monitor blood sugar using laser as well as Prof. Naveen Verma’s research on developing technologies to make it possible to interact with computers or other electronic devices using hand gestures instead of typing on a keyboard have been featured on the main page of Princeton University. 

Abbe wins First Prize at Bell Labs Prize

Prof. Emmanuel Abbe, assistant professor in the department, has received First Prize at Bell Labs 2014 prize showcasing innovative ideas with the power to change communications for his proposal entitled “A Shannon Theory of Social Networks and Beyond”.

Verma promoted to Associate Professor

Effective July 1, 2014, Prof. Naveen Verma will hold the rank of Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering.

Wentzlaff receives DARPA Young Faculty Award

Wentzlaff has received the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)’s Young Faculty Award (YFA).

Turning loss to gain: cutting power could boost laser output

Tureci's research group has shown that carefully restricting the delivery of power to certain areas within a laser could boost its output by many orders of magnitude.

Nanotechnology results in better and cheaper LEDS for phones and lighting

Princeton University researchers, led by Prof. Stephen Chou, have developed a new method to increase the brightness, efficiency and clarity of LEDs.

Pfeiffer and Shayegan selected as Moore Materials Synthesis Investigators

Two EE Researchers selected as Moree Materials Synthesis Investigators as part of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation EPiQS Initiative.

Research team findings reported in the journal Physical Review X

Profs. Andrew Houck and Hakan Tureci (together with postdoc Darius Sadri, Grad Student James Raftery and Sebastian Schmidt, a senior researcher at ETH Zurich) are part of a research group and have reported their findings in the journal Physical Review X.

Laser Device May End Pin Pricks and Improve Quality of Life for Diabetes Patients

Professor Claire Gmachl and her research team develop a laser device to measure diabetic patients blood sugar.

Kahn and Verdu listed as some of the world’s most influential scientific minds

Profs. Antoine Kahn and Sergio Verdu have been listed as some of the world’s most influential scientific minds.

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