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Electrical Engineering Department News

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a few of our amazing staff!
January 2020
Four EE staff recognized for their exemplary work.
PROF MENDEL ROSENBLUM
January 2020
The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) Fellow is the highest professional distinction accorded solely to academic inventors.
January 2020
Battery Systems, EE/CEE 292X combines industry research with student creativity.
January 2020
The team wants to accelerate electrons to 94 percent of the speed of light, or 1 million electron volts (1MeV) so that it can be used for research and medical purposes.
professor Stephen Boyd
January 2020
The National Academy of Engineering of Korea acknowledges Stephen’s contributions to the development of electrical engineering.
professor Krishna Shenoy
December 2019
The team's research found that the part of the motor cortex that controls hand movement also appears to influence the muscles of the jaw, lips and tongue.
Umran Inan (Image source: http://mustafaprize.org/media/?id=2053)
December 2019
His citation reads, “For understanding of whistler-mode wave-particle interaction in near-Earth space, and the electrodynamic coupling between lighting discharges and the upper atmosphere.”
professor Hector Garcia-Molina
December 2019
The EE department mourns Hector, who passed away November 25.
professor Jelena Vučković
December 2019
She was chosen from high-calibre candidates from across the world as a result of her research and proposed the development of miniature Titanium:sapphire (Ti:sapph) lasers.
professor Jelena Vučković
December 2019
Q-FARM is trying to develop a new generation of chips that would control photons as reliably as today’s chips control electrons.

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