Electrical Engineering Department News

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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
November 2016
Using high-efficiency solar cells, the team can capture, split, and store 30 percent of the hydrogen energy.
November 2016
For their paper titled, “Minimax Rate-Optimal Estimation of KL Divergence between Discrete Distributions.”
October 2016
Their paper is titled, "A Structured Approach to Post-Silicon Validation and Debug using Symbolic Quick Error Detection.”
Prof. Sachin Katti (pictured left) and Dinesh Bharadia (pictured right) at EE commencement 2016
October 2016
His research disproved a long-held assumption that, it is generally not possible for a radio to receive and transmit on the same frequency band.
October 2016
EE's Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest Wrap-up
October 2016
For exceptional teaching and broad dissemination of convex optimization and outstanding research leading to innovative formulations and algorithms for problems across a wide array of disciplines.
October 2016
Congratulations to Mendel on this well-deserved honor!

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