Electrical Engineering Department News

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August 2015
With her novel method, a lab mouse becomes the conduit for energy to move from a power source to an implanted device. Poon has also made the design of the power source public.
August 2015
Professor Shanhui Fan's research group receives funding from GCEP for their promising energy technology.
August 2015
EE PhD candidate Kartik Venkat will receive the 2015 Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholar Award. The award recognizes academic achievements and leadership in the field of communications and information science.
August 2015
The Stanford Computational Imaging Group, a research group headed by Prof Gordon Wetzstein has created a prototype for a next-generation virtual reality headset.
August 2015
Congratulations to the outstanding staff! Five gift program recipients are being recognized this month.
July 2015
Professor Ada Poon gave 22 female high school students a chance to explore introductory concepts about electricity and electronics during a week-long program called Girlz Gone Wireless.
July 2015
Professors Howe, Murmann and Rivas-Davila advise teams that are developing clean energy technology.
July 2015
The award recognizes Mitra’s research related to Quick Error Detection (QED) technology that overcomes post-silicon validation and debug challenges.
June 2015
"For outstanding contributions to transactional memory technologies.” The award will be presented at the ISCA 2015.
Centennial TA Award winners
June 2015
The Centennial award program recognizes outstanding teaching by TA’s in the Humanities and Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Engineering schools.

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