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Professor Robert Dutton
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, ...
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.'
Gordon Wetzstein
John Duchi and Gordon Wetzstein Join the Electrical Engineering Faculty this September

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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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