Andrea Goldsmith is the Stephen Harris professor in the School of Engineering and professor of EE. Goldsmith is featured in an October 'People of ACM – Andrea Goldsmith' — a bulletin that features ACM members whose unique scientific accomplishments and compelling personal attributes are making a difference in advancing computing as a science and a profession.
The bulletin details how she became interested in engineering and communications networks, and the future challenges of wireless communications.
In 2018, Goldsmith received several awards and recognitions. Including the
- IEEE iCON Award - read EE News article
- 2019 IEEE Sumner Award - read EE News article
- 2018-19 Athena Lecturer Award- read EE News article
- 2018 Berkeley EECS Distinguished Alumni Award - read EE NEws article
Andrea's research is focused on the design, analysis, and fundamental performance limits of wireless systems and networks, as well as the application of communications and signal processing to biology and neuroscience.
Andrea also serves on Stanford's Budget Group, Academic Council Advisory Board, Faculty Senate, and Faculty Women's Forum Steering Committee. She previously served as Chair of Stanford's Faculty Senate and as a member of its Commissions on Graduate Education and on Undergraduate Education, as well as its Task Force on Women and Leadership.
Please join us in congratulating Andrea!