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EE Student Information, Spring Quarter through Academic Year 2020-2021: FAQs and Updated EE Course List.

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Electrical Engineering Department News

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image of prof Shanhui Fan
May 2020
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.
image of prof Jelena Vuckovic
May 2020
Her talk is titled, “Integrated Quantum Photonics”
image of prof Andrea Goldsmith
April 2020
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."
image of Prof. Paulraj
April 2020
AAAS honors exceptionally accomplished individuals and recognizes excellence.
image of prof Balaji Prabhakar
April 2020
His citation reads, “For contributions to the theory and practice of network algorithms and protocols, in particular Internet routers, data centers, and self-programming networks."
image of EE 276 students in the main quad
April 2020
Students from EE276 created videos for middle school students in lieu of the planned in-person outreach event.
image of prof. Shan X. Wang
April 2020
A disease-detecting “precision health” toilet can sense multiple signs of illness through automated urine and stool analysis.
prof Andrea Goldsmith
April 2020
This accomplished professor, researcher, academician and entrepreneur is poised to apply her experience to new leadership challenges.
Professor Chelsea Finn
April 2020
She is making a greater impact through research and teaching.
image of professor Krishna Shenoy
April 2020
It may mean that concentrating on planning really hard before each attempt is the catalyst to learning.

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