Electrical Engineering Department News

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K. Gaul
August 2014
The EE department mourns Gaul, who died due to a massive heart attack on Aug. 5 while backpacking in the Sierra Nevadas.
S. Fan
July 2014
A team of researchers led by Shanhui Fan has found a way to let solar cells cool themselves by shepherding away unwanted thermal radiation.
Feng Xiong
July 2014
Feng Xiong has been awarded the Materials Research Society (MRS) 2014 "Gold" Graduate Student Award
July 2014
Two staff members each received a $50 Visa card in recognition of their extraordinary efforts as part of the department’s 2014 Staff Gift Card Bonus Program.
Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech
June 2014
Bright spots in a large lake on Titan suggest that Saturn's largest moon supports processes similar to Earth's water cycle, says EE Prof. Howard Zebker.
June 2014
Four staff members each received a $50 Visa card in recognition of their extraordinary efforts as part of the department’s 2014 Staff Gift Card Bonus Program.
Small wireless power transmitter
May 2014
Ada Poon has invented a way to wirelessly transfer power deep inside the body to run tiny electronic medical gadgets like pacemakers, nerve stimulators or new sensors and devices yet-to-be developed.
Gregory Kovacs
May 2014
The next step in interactive gaming could come in the form of a handheld game controller that gauges the player's brain activity and makes the game more exciting when it senses the player is bored.
May 2014
Three staff members each received a $50 Visa card in recognition of their extraordinary efforts as part of the department’s 2014 Staff Gift Card Bonus Program.
Donald Knuth
April 2014
Donald Knuth, Stanford Professor Emeritus of The Art of Computer Programming delivered this year’s Kailath Lecture titled, "Let's Not Dumb Down the History of Computer Science."

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