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Electrical Engineering Department News

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image of professors Shenoy and Murmann
August 2020
The technology could one day help people with paralysis regain use of their limbs, and enable amputees to use their thoughts to control prostheses and interact with computers.
July 2020
Five fellows comprise the first cohort of Q-FARM’s new Bloch Fellowship. The fellows program aims to advance a second wave of discovery and innovation in quantum mechanics through interdisciplinary collaborations.
image of Lei Gu, PhD
July 2020
Congratulations to Lei Gu, PhD on receiving the IEEE Power Electronics Society Ph.D. Thesis Talk Award.
image of prof Andrea Goldsmith
July 2020
Her citation reads “For educating, developing, guiding, and energizing generations of highly successful students and postdoctoral fellows.”
image of prof. Tom Lee
July 2020
His citation reads “For pioneering CMOS technology for high-performance wireless circuits and systems.”
Image credit: Courtesy Bechtel International Center
July 2020
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.
professor John Duchi
June 2020
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.”
Stanford Class of 2020!
June 2020
Celebrating our graduates and award recipients!
June 2020
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.
image of prof. Gordon Wetzstein and Isaac Kauvar, EE /PhD
June 2020
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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