Electrical Engineering Department News

E.g., 2016-06
January 2016
The five-year grant supports research to develop optimized hardware and software for emerging computational range and velocity imaging.
December 2015
Interdisciplinary faculty from EE, CS, ME are working with researchers from 3 other universities to create a revolutionary new high-rise architecture for computing.
December 2015
For his contributions to network multi-user information theory and for wide ranging impact on programmable circuit architectures.
November 2015
For her field opening contributions to the science and engineering of photonic crystals, and in particular, for the use of 2D microcavites for the Purcell-like enhancement of the spontaneous emission rate of embedded quantum dots.
November 2015
“For contributions to decision making in stochastic systems and approximate dynamic programming.”
November 2015
Professor Arbabian and research professor Khuri-Yakub lead research that utilizes interplay of microwaves and ultrasound to develop a detector with military and medical applications.
October 2015
The 21-hour event challenged teams and individuals to imagine & make novel solutions to current environmental issues.
October 2015
Nanomaterial graphene is the key ingredient in three EE data storage projects.
October 2015
For her major and field opening contributions to nano photonics and its application to information science; including the design and fabrication of 2D photonic crystals with integrated quantum dot structures.
October 2015
Professor Nick McKeown, alumni Martin Casado, and Prof. Scott Schenker (Berkeley) received one of this year's NEC C&C prizes for their work in SDN movements and OpenFlow protocol.

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