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Electrical Engineering Department News

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image of Grayson Zulof, PhD and Thaibao Peter Phan, PhD
November 2020
The PhD candidates paper is titled "1 kW, Multi-MHz Wireless Charging for Electric Transportation”, and was a collaborative project between SUPERlab and Fan Lab.
image of prof Kwabena Boahen
November 2020
Listen to Kwabena and a fellow bioengineer in "How to build a super-efficient super-computer”.
image of prof James Zou
November 2020
In a new paper with students Antonio Ginart and Eva Zhang, they describe how algorithms can have serious implications for both companies and consumers.
image of prof. Dorsa Sadigh
November 2020
The combined algorithm (latent action with shared autonomy) was both faster and easier for users to control than the latent action algorithm alone or the standard controller either alone or with shared autonomy.
image of prof. Chelsea Finn
November 2020
2020 marks the inaugural Samsung AI Researcher of the Year awards. The award identifies prominent emerging researchers in the field from around the world and supports their research activities.
image of PhD candidate Pin Pin Tea-makorn
October 2020
Her research involves computational psychology, focusing on using facial recognition systems to study interpersonal relationships.
image of prof. Andrea Montanari
October 2020
The project expects to gain a theoretical understanding of deep learning.
image of Cindy Nguyen (PhD candidate), Prof. Tsachy Weissman, and Suzanne Sims
September 2020
The internship is designed for high school students who lack confidence in their STEM skills, whose talents lie outside STEM, or who aren’t yet sure about their future academic plans.
image of Prof Dan Boneh
September 2020
A timing vulnerability in some versions of the TLS specification can allow an attacker to decrypt encrypted connections...
image of prof Gordon Wetzstein and EE PhD candidate David Lindell
September 2020
Using a new algorithm, Stanford researchers have reconstructed the movements of individual particles of light to see through clouds, fog and other obstructions.


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