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Electrical Engineering Department News

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December 2017
For their paper titled "Scaling of Ultrasound-Powered Receivers for Sub-Millimeter Wireless Implants."
November 2017
"For applications of statistical physics to coding theory."
PhD candidate Nir Even-Chen
November 2017
"Using brain activity we can detect and automatically undo—or even prevent—errors during BMI use."
November 2017
His citation reads, "For contributions to information theory and related areas, and for applications."
October 2017
A dozen teams of EE students came together Friday afternoon to compete in EE's Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest.
October 2017
"The Effects of Memory Replay in Reinforcement Learning” was presented at 2017 Bay Area Machine Learning Symposium.
October 2017
Recognized for her strong commitment to mentoring, positive impact, and advancement of the field.
October 2017
Congratulations to Connor and Fiona on their well-deserved recognition.
October 2017
Fan Group research provides a high-fidelity technology demonstration of how you can use radiative sky cooling to passively cool a fluid and connect it with cooling systems to save electricity.
Kai Zang (PhD '17)
October 2017
Lead author Kai Zang’s (PhD ’17) describes a process to improve photon absorption, and also a second discovery – improving the collision-avoidance technology in vehicles.


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