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EE Student Information, Spring Quarter through Academic Year 2020-2021: FAQs and Updated EE Course List.

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Electrical Engineering Department News

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portrait of professor Andrea Goldsmith
June 2019
The award will help advance her wireless communications research.
Mohammad Asif Zaman Stanford's 2019 Centennial TA Award Winner
June 2019
The award program recognizes outstanding instruction by TA’s in the Humanities and Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Engineering schools.
image of Anastasios Angelopoulos (BS '19), 2018-19 Terman Scholar
May 2019
The Terman Award is presented to the top 5% of each senior class in SoE. Congratulations to Anastasios on his tremendous achievement!
incoming EE professor Chelsea Finn
May 2019
Congratulations to Chelsea Finn (UC Berkeley) for receiving this award. She will join EE faculty autumn 2019.
image of Douglas Chaffee
May 2019
We are honored to have him as a member of the Electrical Engineering Staff – please join us in acknowledging his valuable contributions.
May 2019
Congratulations to "Team Go HAAM" for their outstanding work!
2019 Terman award winners Anastasios Angelopoulos, Jonathan Lin, and Meera Radhakrishnan
May 2019
The Terman Award is presented to the top 5% of each senior class in SoE. Congratulations to Anastasios, Jonathan, and Meera!
image of Vickie Carillo, EE staff member
May 2019
Recognized for her exceptional dedication and support, Vickie is a treasured staff member, with nearly 40 years at Stanford.
image of Professor Shan Wang!
April 2019
In principle, the group’s test would be less expensive, less invasive and more convenient than colonoscopies and other current tests.
image of professor Jon Fan
April 2019
His research focuses on nanoplasmonic platforms.


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