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Photo of Vikram Prasad ('16) by Sam Girvin, the Stanford Daily
Getting students excited about the things that they’re going to be able to do with an EE degree is I think a great introduction to the major.
Professor Robert Dutton
Electrical engineers make the technologies and systems that communicate, store and process information.
ant-sized radio
Costing just pennies to make, tiny radios-on-a-chip are designed to serve as controllers or sensors for the 'Internet of Things.'

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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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