prof Dan Boneh
Dan Boneh, DeFi, and Bitcoin

Could blockchain be used to improve supply chain management, expedite real-estate transactions and the transfer of deeds, or modernize voting technology?


prof Krishna Shenoy
Krishna Shenoy’s appointment as HHMI Investigator Renewed

The renewal is in support of his interests in the general area of fundamental cortical motor control and brain-computer interface design.


"Mozart I" sculpture, Photo credit: Chet Frost
“Mozart I” installed on Packard Building lawn

Kenneth Snelson's work represents a very distinctive attempt to bring together the realm of engineering, sciences, and the art of sculpture.


prof Shanhui Fan
Shanhui Fan selected as a 2021 Simons Investigator in Physics

The Simons Investigators program supports outstanding theoretical scientists in their most productive years, when they are establishing creative new research directions, providing leadership to the field and effectively mentoring junior scientists.


prof Krishna Saraswat
Krishna Saraswat receives the 2021 Aristotle Award

His profound expertise in several semiconductor technologies is only matched by his passion in student advising.


prof Priyanka Raina
Priyanka Raina: How computer chips get speedier through specialization

Increasingly, the path to faster, more efficient computers is in chips that excel at specific tasks, says this expert in chip design.


profs Bill Dally and Andrea Goldsmith
Bill Dally and Andrea Goldsmith selected for PCAST

PCAST is the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.


prof Priyanka Raina
Priyanka Raina recognized as an Intel Rising Star Faculty, 2021

The program recognizes faculty members who work with disruptive technologies that have the potential to advance the future of computing in a variety of fields.


prof Robert Grey
Robert Grey wins 2020 Okawa Prize

His citation reads, for "seminal research in information coding theory and data compression, and enormous contributions to the promotion of diversity in engineering education."


prof Eric Pop
Data Storage Is Better When It's Bendy

New phase-change memory needs less energy, partly because it's built on plastic.