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Electrical Engineering Department News

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professor Jelena Vučković
December 2019
Q-FARM is trying to develop a new generation of chips that would control photons as reliably as today’s chips control electrons.
professor Gordon Wetzstein
November 2019
His citation reads, "In recognition of outstanding contributions to computational imaging and display technologies." The Society's awards recognize technical accomplishments as well as committed service to SPIE and the support of its organizational missio
November 2019
He continues to make significant contributions to both department and university computing as a systems architect, analyst and software developer.
EE Prof. H.S.- Philip Wong
October 2019
His citation reads, "For pioneering contributions to the scaling of silicon devices and technology."
image of emeritus prof Stephen E Harris
September 2019
Awarded the Willis E. Lamb Award for Laser Science and Quantum Optics.
image of professor Tsachy Weissman
September 2019
This summer, SCF welcomed 44 high school students, participating in 9 research projects.
EE Staff Award Winners! Beverly, John, Chet, Edwin and Denise
August 2019
EE staff recognized for their extraordinary work.
image of EE professor Eric Pop
August 2019
Atomically thin materials developed by Stanford researchers could create heat shields for cell phones or laptops that would protect people and temperature-sensitive components and make future electronic gadgets even more compact.
image of published researcher Anastasios Angelopolous, EE BS'19
August 2019
Their research describes the use of augmented reality to assist people diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa
image of professor emeritus Hellman. Photo Credit: Michael Steven Walker
July 2019
Encouraging scientists to accelerate the trend toward more ethical behavior.


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