Electrical Engineering Department News

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Amin Arbabian
January 2017
His team will develop a root imaging system where ultrasonic signals from roots are generated by radio signals and then recorded by a novel sensor array.
December 2016
Recognized for contributions to cryptography and computer security, and to transactional memory and data center architecture.
November 2016
The award's citation reads, "For inspirational education of students and researchers in the theory and application of optimization."
November 2016
“For contributions to optical micro-electro-mechanical devices and systems for sensing, communications and displays."
November 2016
Congratulations to our outstanding staff! This month, three staff are recognized for their extraordinary work.
November 2016
Packard's lab64 is open 24/7 – all majors are welcome!
November 2016
A new technology that hitchhikes on radio signals could provide a way to control the tiny devices that will comprise the Internet of Things.
Jon Fan's research on nanoscale optical devices
November 2016
Named one of the nation's most innovative early-career scientists and engineers by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Jon shares his research on nanoscale optical devices.
November 2016
Andrea's Wireless Systems Lab (WSL) explores how chemical communication could advance nanotechnology.
November 2016
Dan Boneh, Stephen Boyd, Shanhui Fan, Andrea Goldsmith, and Philip Wong are among the year’s most highly cited researchers

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