We are very proud of the research being done by our graduate and undergraduate students.
Throughout the academic year, we encourage students to present at conferences and related interdisciplinary events. The practice of sharing and speaking about research to a variety of audiences is a quality we encourage. We are pleased to again acknowledge electrical engineering students who have been recognized for their presentation, poster, and/or paper awards.
Ting Chia (Jerry) Chang (PhD candidate '20) is the lead author of "Scaling of Ultrasound-Powered Receivers for Sub-Millimeter Wireless Implants." He and his co-authors received the Best Paper Award at the 2017 IEEE BioCAS Conference.
Ruishan Liu (PhD candidate) received the Best Poster Award at the Bay Area Machine Learning Symposium. Ruishan belongs to the Stanford Laboratory for Machine Learning group, advised by Professor James Zou. Ruishan develops algorithms and theories in machine learning and reinforcement learning, and is interested in applications in genomics and healthcare.
Her poster title is, "The Effects of Memory Replay in Reinforcement Learning."
PhD candidates Connor McClellan
and Fiona Ching-Hua Wang
each received the Best in Session Award
at the TechCon 2017
- Connor's paper, "Effective n-type Doping of Monolayer MoS2 by AlO(x)" was presented in the 2-D and TMD Materials and Devices: I session. Professor Eric Pop is Connor's advisor
- Fiona's paper, "N-type Black Phosphorus Transistor with Low Work Function Contacts," was presented in the 2-D and TMD Materials and Devices: III session. Professor H.-S. Philip Wong is Fiona's advisor.
David Hallac, EE PhD candidate, is the lead author of "Toeplitz Inverse Covariance-Based Clustering of Multivariate Time Series Data," which has been selected to receive the KDD 2017 Conference Best Paper Runner-Up Award and the Best Student Paper runner-up Award.
Iliana Erteza Bray, EE PhD candidate, received The Firestone Medal for Excellence in Undergraduate Research. Her paper is titled, “Frequency Shifts and Depth Dependence of Beta Band Activity in Rhesus Premotor Cortex Perceptual Decision-Making.” She ia advised by Krishna Shenoy (Electrical Engineering).
PhD candidates Alex Gabourie and Saurabh Suryavanshi received Best Paper Award at the 17th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE NANO 2017). Their paper is titled, "Thermal Boundary Conductance of the MoS2-SiO2 Interface."
Kirby Smithe (PhD candidate) received first place for his presentation, "High-field transport and velocity saturation in CVD monolayer MoS2" at the EDISON 20 Conference.
Kirby's research involves growth and material characterization of 2D semiconductors and engineering 2D electronic devices for circuit-level applications. He is the recipient of the Stanford Graduate Fellowship as well as the NSF Graduate Fellowship. Kirby is advised by Professor Eric Pop.
Co-authors Yuanfang Li (MS candidate) and Dr. Ardavan Pedram received the Best Paper Award at the 28th annual IEEE International Conference on Application-specific Systems, Architectures and Processors (ASAP).
Yuanfang Li is an M.S. candidate and Dr. Ardavan Pedram is a senior research associate who manages the PRISM Project. The PRISM project enables the design of reconfigurable architectures to accelerate the building blocks of machine learning, high performance computing, and data science routines.
EE Admit Weekend
hosts a competitive poster session
. The presenting students are judged by faculty, peers and staff and scored on their presentation, poster, and professionalism. The awards went to:
- Leighton Barnes winner in Information Systems and Science for poster titled "Geometry and the Relay Channel,”
- Adrian Alabi in Hardware/Software Systems for poster titled "915 MHz FSK Detection for Wireless Ultrasonic Imaging Data Reception,”
- Max Wang in Physical Technology and Science for poster titled "Minimally Invasive Ultrasonically Powered Implants for Next-Generation Therapies and Neuromodulation”