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EE Student Information, Spring Quarter through Academic Year 2020-2021: FAQs and Updated EE Course List.

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Electrical Engineering Department News

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March 2016
‘Electronics Rocks [EE27N]’ allows freshman unique space to explore, collaborate and build using microprocessors, programming, sensors, power management, and more.
March 2016
ACM names Hellman and Whitfield Diffie recipients of the 2015 ACM A.M. Turing Award for critical contributions to modern cryptography.
February 2016
Eleven Electrical Engineering staff acknowledged for their years of service to the department and Stanford University
February 2016
The Sloan award honors outstanding early-career researchers. Fellows represent the best-of-the-best among young scientists.
February 2016
Congratulations to the outstanding staff! Five gift program recipients are being recognized this month.
February 2016
Please join us in congratulating Professor Boneh for this well-deserved recognition of his profound contributions and leadership.
January 2016
The five-year grant supports research to develop optimized hardware and software for emerging computational range and velocity imaging.
December 2015
Interdisciplinary faculty from EE, CS, ME are working with researchers from 3 other universities to create a revolutionary new high-rise architecture for computing.
November 2015
For her field opening contributions to the science and engineering of photonic crystals, and in particular, for the use of 2D microcavites for the Purcell-like enhancement of the spontaneous emission rate of embedded quantum dots.
November 2015
“For contributions to decision making in stochastic systems and approximate dynamic programming.”


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