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November 2012 Eric Glover and Chung-Ching Chang

First Prize for the Best Student Paper of 2012

 

First Prize for the Best Student Paper of 2012 IEEE International Conference on Power System Technology (POWERCON 2012)

Paper entitled: Frequency Stability for Distributed Generation Connected through Grid-Tie Inverter

The team developed methodology that allows to analyze whether electrical power distribution systems would remain stable as the fraction of inverter-connected distributed generation, such as solar and wind, increases.

Stanford Advisors:  Dimitry Gorinevsky and Sanjay Lall



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November 2012

Prof. Cox Receives 2013 IEEE Communications Society Edwin Howard Armstrong Achievement Award

Prof. Donald Cox

November, 2012

2013 IEEE Communications Society Edwin Howard Armstrong Achievement Award

For contributions, as a researcher, manager, and teacher, to the field of

radio communications, in particular, cellular systems, communications

satellites, and universal portable wireless services



November 2012 Donald Cox

2013 IEEE Communications Society Edwin Howard Armstrong Achievement Award

Prof. Donald Cox

November, 2012

2013 IEEE Communications Society Edwin Howard Armstrong Achievement Award

For contributions, as a researcher, manager, and teacher, to the field of

radio communications, in particular, cellular systems, communications

satellites, and universal portable wireless services



November 2012

Prof. Shenoy BBC Interview on Thought Control Cursors Research

Listen to the interview here

A number of researchers in recent years have been investigating how they might help people who have been paralyzed to be able to interact with computers merely through their minds. This kind of thought-control relies on neural prosthetics – where someone with paralysis, might be able to control a computer or artificial limb for instance just by thinking about making movements. For the latest news in this exciting discipline, Gareth Mitchell is joined by Professor Krishna Shenoy of Stanford University in California.

 



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