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Electrical Engineering Department News

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image of genome compression team
November 2014
A team led by Stanford electrical engineers has compressed a completely sequenced human genome to just 2.5 megabytes – small enough to attach to an email.
image of Professor Shan Wang, Joohong Choi and Adi Gani
November 2014
EE graduate students and Professor Wang collaborate with researchers and MEs to create portable device that can detect hepatitis B infections.
Olaf Solgaard, EE Associate Chair of Graduate Education
November 2014
A new joint Stanford EE MS/MBA degree program will be available to graduate students in the 2015-2016 academic year. Students may apply for admission starting this fall.
image of professors Dutton and Osgood
October 2014
Professors Dutton and Osgood receive Bass University Fellow titles
image of EE directory, Packard Bldg
October 2014
Professors John Pauly, Kunle Olukotun, and Dan Boneh have been honored with new academic titles.
image of Professor Goldsmith
October 2014
For sustained and fundamental contributions to wireless communications
image of Assoc. Professor Pop
October 2014
Pop’s research theme is “Tunable Thermal and Thermoelectric Metamaterials”
image of tiny, sound-powered chip developed by EE
October 2014
"We think this will enable researchers to develop a new generation of tiny implants designed for a wide array of medical applications," reports EE Asst. Professor Amin Arbabian.
image of Professor Harris
October 2014
The award acknowledges contributions to the science, technology, device applications, and commercialization of molecular beam epitaxy [MBE]
image of Asst. Professor Ada Poon
October 2014
Assistant Professor Poon collaborates with anesthesiologists, mechanical- and bio- engineers to look at a more natural measure of pain relief.


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