Electrical Engineering Department News

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October 2016
Congratulations to Mendel on this well-deserved honor!
October 2016
Congratulations to John on this well-deserved honor!
October 2016
Named one of the nation’s most innovative early-career scientists and engineers by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.
September 2016
The interdisciplinary team of neurobiologists, bioengineers, and electrical engineers have improved the speed and accuracy of the device that interprets brain signals and moves a cursor.
September 2016
Customers could use ‘network cookies’ to request preferential delivery from any network or content provider, preserving open access while allowing for different levels of service.
September 2016
“Like many kids, I started my destruction career at an early age; unlike most people, I never grew out of it.”
September 2016
The GMR biosensor chip has 80 sensors built into it and could screen a single sample for multiple substances, including THC, morphine, heroin, cocaine or other drugs.
September 2016
Nanoporous polyethylene (nanoPE) is transparent to mid-infrared human body radiation but opaque to visible light.
August 2016
The Precourt Institute for Energy and the TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy at Stanford have awarded 15 seed grants to clean energy research projects. Three are lead by EE faculty.
Outstanding EE staff, August '16
August 2016
Congratulations to the outstanding staff! This month, three staff are recognized for their stand out work.

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