Electrical Engineering Department News

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May 2017
Fischer is the lead author of a paper published in Nature Photonics. This work is featured in a special reports section.
May 2017
Working toward the development of nanoscale lasers and quantum technologies that might someday enable conventional computers to communicate faster and more securely using light instead of electricity.
May 2017
Four EE staff recognized for their extraordinary work.
April 2017
Six EE undergraduate seniors are recipients of the Terman Award — one of the most selective academic awards at Stanford.
April 2017
The SIGMOBILE ToT awards recognize papers that have had a sustained and significant impact in the SIGMOBILE community over at least a decade.
April 2017
Hosting an "Ask me Anything" session, Jelena helps bridge practicing scientists and the general public.
April 2017
Joining some of the world's most accomplished scholars, scientists, writers, artists, and civic, business, and philanthropic leaders.
April 2017
The degree will be presented in a June ceremony.
April 2017
On the new radio show, Stanford's Russ Altman and Audrey Bowden discuss at-home urinalysis, bladder cancer diagnosis, and how hearing works.
March 2017
For top-tier researchers to conduct revolutionary research of strategic importance.

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