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Electrical Engineering Department News

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October 2015
For her major and field opening contributions to nano photonics and its application to information science; including the design and fabrication of 2D photonic crystals with integrated quantum dot structures.
October 2015
Professor Nick McKeown, alumni Martin Casado, and Prof. Scott Schenker (Berkeley) received one of this year's NEC C&C prizes for their work in SDN movements and OpenFlow protocol.
September 2015
Professor Shanhui Fan and Team demonstrate substantial, passive, radiative cooling of a solar absorber by using a thermophotonic approach.
September 2015
The Funai Achievement Award was presented to Prof. Dally for his extraordinary achievements in the field of computer science and education.
August 2015
With her novel method, a lab mouse becomes the conduit for energy to move from a power source to an implanted device. Poon has also made the design of the power source public.
August 2015
Professor Shanhui Fan's research group receives funding from GCEP for their promising energy technology.
August 2015
EE PhD candidate Kartik Venkat will receive the 2015 Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholar Award. The award recognizes academic achievements and leadership in the field of communications and information science.
August 2015
The Stanford Computational Imaging Group, a research group headed by Prof Gordon Wetzstein has created a prototype for a next-generation virtual reality headset.
August 2015
Congratulations to the outstanding staff! Five gift program recipients are being recognized this month.
July 2015
Professor Ada Poon gave 22 female high school students a chance to explore introductory concepts about electricity and electronics during a week-long program called Girlz Gone Wireless.


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