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Duchi and Wetzstein Join the EE Faculty

Gordon Wetzstein
September 2014

The Electrical Engineering Department welcomes two new assistant professors, Gordon Wetzstein and John Duchi. Both are joining Stanford this September.

Gordon Wetzstein's research addresses challenges in computational imaging and display and in computational light transport. He received his PhD in computer science from the University of British Columbia in 2011, then worked at MIT's Media Lab as a research scientist and postdoctoral associate before joining the Stanford faculty. His office is on the second floor of the Packard Electrical Engineering Building in room 236.

John Duchi
John Duchi's interests include optimization, statistics, machine learning and computation. He completed his PhD in computer science at UC Berkeley in June and is joining both Statistics and Electrical Engineering with a joint appointment. His office is on the first floor of Sequoia Hall in room 126.