Princeton University

School of Engineering & Applied Science

NSF names grads to research-funding program

Four students from electrical engineering have been named to the Graduate Research Fellowship Program, an award from the National Science Foundation that helps fund those students' education and research for three years.

New first-year courses integrate foundational math and physics with modern engineering challenges

Professor Andrew Houck’s calculus students had just finished grappling with a set of equations on the forces of tension and gravity when he pulled a large pendulum back to his shoulder and let it go.

 

Markakis, a junior, honored at Opening Exercises

Undergraduates Honored on Class Day 2018

Anna Broome awarded IEEE Microwave Theory and Technique Undergraduate Fellowship Award

EE senior Anna Broome has been awarded the IEEE Microwave Theory and Technique undergraduate fellowship award for her work on her senior thesis on THz chipscale video cameras in Prof. Kaushik Sengupta’s lab

Henry Birge-Lee's project protects against internet threat

Princeton Undergraduate Henry Birge-Lee is part of a research team that has pioneered a protection against potential cyberattacks that a major internet security firm has already begun rolling out.  The project focuses on “digital certificates.” In their project, Birge-Lee and colleagues demonstrated a new and harder-to-detect form of this subterfuge; and then they demonstrated new countermeasures to protect against it. 

Hanley ‘18 was named Sachs Scholar at Oxford’s Worcester College

EE Senior Hans Hanley ’18 was named Sachs Scholar at Oxford’s Worcester College.

EE & CS Alum Jeff Bezos '86 elected to Logistics Hall of Fame

EE & CS Alum elected to Logistics Hall of Fame

Kevin Wang '17 receives prize on Class Day

Kevin Wang ’17 received the Lore Von Jaskowsky Memorial Prize at the 2017 Engineering Class Day.

Class of 2017 is Celebrated by EE Department with Awards Ceremony

Class of 2017 Awards Ceremony

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