prof Tom Lee
Thomas Lee awarded IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award 2021

His citation reads “For pioneering CMOS technology for high-performance wireless circuits and systems.”

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MS candidate Nicolo Zulaybar will receive a David L. Boren Fellowship

The Boren Awards provide students with resources and encouragement to acquire language skills and experience in countries critical to the future security and stability of the United States.

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His citation reads, "For your deep and important contributions to convex, nonconvex, and stochastic optimization as well as to the statistical foundations of optimization methods for data science.”
John Duchi wins SIAM Activity Group on Optimization Early Career Prize

His citation reads, "For your deep and important contributions to convex, nonconvex, and stochastic optimization as well as to the statistical foundations of optimization methods for data science.”

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class of 2020
2020 Awards

Celebrating our graduates and award recipients!

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Black Lives Matter, diversity, and inclusion in Electrical Engineering

We are proud of our history of innovation and entrepreneurship, and of our ongoing mission to address major societal challenges. EE recognizes that we have significant work to do in these areas and we look to the entire EE community to improve our future.

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prof. Gordon Wetzstein and Isaac Kauvar, EE /PhD
Gordon Wetzstein, Isaac Kauvar (EE PhD candidate), et al create technique that captures neural activity

Their ‘COSMOS’ system can record motor control and decision making, sensory perception, and is a useful technique to evaluate effectiveness of psychiatric drugs.

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Jayant Charthad, PhD
Jayant Charthad, PhD, et al received the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems Best Paper Award 2020

Their paper is titled, “A mm-Sized Wireless Implantable Device for Electrical Stimulation of Peripheral Nerves."

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prof Shanhui Fan
Shanhui Fan and Sid Assawaworrarit: Unplugged!

The two show robust and efficient wireless power transfer using a power-efficient switch-mode amplifier with current-sensing feedback in a parity-time symmetric circuit.

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prof Jelena Vučković
Jelena Vučković announced as CLEO 2020 Gordon Memorial Speaker

Her talk is titled, “Integrated Quantum Photonics”

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prof Andrea Goldsmith
Andrea Goldsmith wins the 2020 Marconi Prize

Professor Goldsmith has won the prestigious Marconi Prize of the Marconi Society for “her ground-breaking work to deliver high-performing cellular and wifi services."

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