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Electrical Engineering Department News

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September 2018
Her citation reads: "For contributions in the fundamental capacity limits of multihop wireless networks and energy-harvesting radios."
September 2018
The week long event was titled 'The First Annual Stanford-CUHKSZ Technology Innovation Forum'
August 2018
EE staff recognized for their extraordinary work.
EE PhD candidate, Julie Chang
August 2018
Designed specifically for image analysis, the hybrid is expected to be small and energy efficient.
August 2018
He has been named the 2018 recipient of SIA’s Robert N. Noyce Award
professor Gordon Wetzstein
August 2018
For his work in advanced display hardware and display-specific rendering techniques.
Linvill (left) and Gibbons (right) with first silicon device, circa 1955
July 2018
Featured speaker Prof. Hennessy presents "The End of the Road for General Purpose Processors & the Future of Computing”. VIDEO AVAILABLE
Yilong Geng (EE PhD candidate) presenting at NSDI '18
July 2018
Prof. Prabhakar’s team introduces ML technique that synchronizes computers within 100 billionths of a second.
July 2018
Their project is titled, "Two C: Transportation Electrification through Ubiquitous Wireless Charging".
image of professor Dwight Nishimura
July 2018
His citation reads, “For pioneering innovations in angiography, fast imaging pulse sequences, image reconstruction, and MR education."


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