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Electrical Engineering Department News

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image of EE 276 students in the main quad
April 2020
Students from EE276 created videos for middle school students in lieu of the planned in-person outreach event.
image of prof. Shan X. Wang
April 2020
A disease-detecting “precision health” toilet can sense multiple signs of illness through automated urine and stool analysis.
prof Andrea Goldsmith
April 2020
This accomplished professor, researcher, academician and entrepreneur is poised to apply her experience to new leadership challenges.
Professor Chelsea Finn
April 2020
She is making a greater impact through research and teaching.
image of professor Krishna Shenoy
April 2020
It may mean that concentrating on planning really hard before each attempt is the catalyst to learning.
image of Prof. Goldsmith, framer of NAE's diversity statement
March 2020
The National Academy of Engineering Council approved and published diversity, inclusion, and equity statement, definitions and goals.
image of Professor Pat Hanrahan, 2019 Turing Award winner
March 2020
In recognition of his “revolutionary impact” on computer-generated animation.
image of Cindy Nguyen, EE PhD candidate and Prof. Tsachy Weissman
March 2020
His group is exploring how engineering projects benefit when the human element is explicitly incorporated.
image of Meo Kittiwanich, 2020 Shah Award winner
March 2020
The Shah Award recognizes School of Engineering staff for outstanding competence, dedication, and accomplishments.
image of professor Shanhui Fan and postdoc researcher Avik Dutt
February 2020
The next era of computing will depend on controlling light the way we now control electricity – this trick that could do just that.


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