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Electrical Engineering Department News

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image of Professor Kailath
October 2014
Congratulations to Professor Kailath! President Obama announced Friday that EE Professor Thomas Kailath has received the National Medal of Science.
Photo of Vikram Prasad ('16) by Sam Girvin, the Stanford Daily
October 2014
"Getting students excited about the things that they’re going to be able to do with an EE degree is I think a great introduction to the major," Alex Omid-Zohoor M.S. ’10, EE Ph.D. student and undergraduate advising TA.
image of Himanshu Asnani
October 2014
EE PhD Candidate Himanshu Asnani to receive 2014 Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholar Award October 2nd
Professor Robert Dutton
September 2014
Electrical engineers make the technologies and systems that communicate, store and process information.
ant-sized radio
September 2014
Costing just pennies to make, tiny radios-on-a-chip are designed to serve as controllers or sensors for the 'Internet of Things.'
Gordon Wetzstein
September 2014
John Duchi and Gordon Wetzstein Join the Electrical Engineering Faculty this September
August 2014
EE Consulting Professor Stephen Ryu co-authored research that reveals the neural basis for why learning new tasks can be difficult, which could lead to improved therapies for stroke and other brain injuries.
August 2014
The Final Presentation Day for the EE Research Experience for Undergraduates Program took place on Thursday, Aug. 28.
K. Gaul
August 2014
The EE department mourns Gaul, who died due to a massive heart attack on Aug. 5 while backpacking in the Sierra Nevadas.
S. Fan
July 2014
A team of researchers led by Shanhui Fan has found a way to let solar cells cool themselves by shepherding away unwanted thermal radiation.


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