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Professors Wong and Mitra's CNT chips revealed at IEDM conference
Professor H.-S. Philip Wong and Associate Professor Subhasish Mitra reveal how to build high-rise chips that could leapfrog today's single-story logic and memory chips
Wetzstein's research featuredScientific American’s features Assistant Professor Wetzstein’s Research as a World-Changing Idea as a world-changing idea
Vision-correcting devices may make eyeglasses unnecessary, creating the possibility that a smartphone or tablet can correct for myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and other vision problems
Professors Hesselink and Rivas received Precourt Institute seed grants for their energy research
The Institute's Director stated, "This year's grants support an exciting array of bold, new ideas for advancing energy technology and policy [...]"

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Jaun Rivas
 

Electrical engineers make the technologies and systems that communicate, store and process information. They harness the fundamental forces of nature to serve everyday needs, whether this involves creating a computer based on carbon nanotubes, implanting sensors deep inside the human body or inventing next generation memory chips. Electrical engineers change the world. Our new curriculum gives Stanford students a strong foundation in mathematics and physics while quickly immersing them in the exciting applications made possible by EE.  

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