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The five-year grant supports research to develop optimized hardware and software for emerging computational range and velocity imaging.
Interdisciplinary faculty from EE, CS, ME are working with researchers from 3 other universities to create a revolutionary new high-rise architecture for computing.
For his contributions to network multi-user information theory and for wide ranging impact on programmable circuit architectures.

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Energy (B.S.); Computer Hardware (M.S.) (
2015
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Alumna Maneeshika Madduri (B.S. ‘13, M.S., ’15) embodies Stanford Engineering’s Mission through her research and work. Focusing her undergraduate studies on Energy, and her graduate studies on Computer Hardware, she is able to apply her knowledge to reach and help people in areas without a fully developed infrastructure.