Meo Kittiwanich, 2020 Shah Award winner
Meo Kittiwanich receives the 2020 Shah Award

The Shah Award recognizes School of Engineering staff for outstanding competence, dedication, and accomplishments.


EE professors Dwight Nishimura and John Pauly
Dwight Nishimura & John Pauly - using ML to improve medical imaging

Their research is allowing for faster, easier, and more accurate MRI scanning.


professor Shanhui Fan and postdoc researcher Avik Dutt
Shanhui Fan and Avik Dutt "trick" photons into acting like electrons

The next era of computing will depend on controlling light the way we now control electricity – this trick that could do just that.


FOE podcast
The Future of Everything podcast presents "Jelena Vučković: Photonics — a light on the computing horizon"

This engaging podcast explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives.


prof Andrea Goldsmith
Andrea Goldsmith: Diversity is essential to success in technology

IEEE, the world’s largest association of tech professionals, asked Goldsmith to chair a committee on diversity and inclusion; spun out of a committee on women and underrepresented groups.


professor Srabanti Chowdhury
Srabanti Chowdhury awarded Sloan Research Fellowship

The fellowship recognizes Srabanti’s distinguished performance and a unique potential to make substantial contributions to her field.


EE125 Anniversary event!
EE125 Anniversary Event Videos

Distinguished faculty and alumni speakers share perspectives on past, present, and future EE.


a few of our amazing staff!
EE Staff Awards, January '20

Four EE staff recognized for their exemplary work.


The NAI has elected Mendel Rosenblum to the esteemed distinction of Fellow

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) Fellow is the highest professional distinction accorded solely to academic inventors.


profs Jelena Vuckovic and Olav Solgaard
Jelena Vučković and Olav Solgaard are creating an accelerator that fits on a chip

The team wants to accelerate electrons to 94 percent of the speed of light, or 1 million electron volts (1MeV) so that it can be used for research and medical purposes.