Electrical Engineering Department News

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March 2015
Honored for his ground-breaking contributions to the development of pairing-based cryptography and its application in identity-based encryption.
March 2015
The student research poster session is a unique forum for students and postdocs to share their work and learn about their colleagues' research.
Amy Duncan, EE Degree Progress Officer, received the 2015 SoE Service Award
March 2015
The School of Engineering recognizes outstanding contributions at the annual Staff Service Awards Ceremony. Please congratulate Amy on receiving the 2015 School of Engineering Service Award.
March 2015
Stanford refocuses its 30-year-old industrial research partnership to invent hardware, software and systems capable of monitoring health, managing energy, sensing environmental conditions and controlling the Internet of Things.
March 2015
In recognition of their extraordinary efforts, three EE staff received gift cards. Congratulations to John, Katy, and Lisa.
March 2015
“For more than 50 years of leadership, which includes the creation of TCCA and SIGARCH, basic contributions to computer arithmetic, microarchitecture and multiprocessing, and quantitative analysis of microarchitectures” - IEEE citation
February 2015
PhD students Aman Sinha and Jinye Zhang received the 2015 Numerical Technologies Founders awards.
February 2015
For contributions to video compression, streaming, and multimedia systems.
image of Assistant Professor Jonathan Fan
January 2015
Awarded through the Young Investigator Research Program (YIP), Fan's proposed research area is Neuromorphic Infrared Nano-Optical Systems
image of Professors Mitchell (left) and Boneh
January 2015
Launched in November 2014, the Stanford Cyber Initiative will address, through an interdisciplinary focus, the crucial and complex opportunities and challenges raised by cyber technologies.

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