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Electrical Engineering Department News

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Tony Wu (PhD '18)
April 2018
The award recognizes his work on systems-level integration of electronic nanomaterials.
Andrea Goldsmith 2018 ACM Athena Lecturer
April 2018
Her citation reads, “for contributions to the theory and practice of adaptive wireless communications and sustained translation of theoretic results into commercial technologies and industry standards."
Angad Rekhi (PhD ’20), Allen Building, Stanford EE
April 2018
Angad Rekhi (PhD ’20) won the contest to design a wall graphic for the Allen Building entry.
Nikhil Garg, EE PhD '20 interdisciplinary research using machine-learning
April 2018
His interdisciplinary research provides a new level of evidence that allow humanities scholars to go after questions about the evolution of stereotypes and biases at a scale that has never been done before.
April 2018
EE PhD students presented research posters during EE's admit weekend, March 9 and 10.
Ana Klimovic, EE PhD '19
April 2018
The NVMW’18 Memorable Paper Award recognizes the best recent research on non-volatile memories published throughout the world
March 2018
EE staff recognized for their extraordinary work.
electrical engineer John Hennessy wins Turing Award
March 2018
ACM names Hennessy and David Patterson recipients of the 2017 Turing Award for pioneering a systematic, quantitative approach to the design and evaluation of computer architectures with enduring impact on the microprocessor industry.
March 2018
Bringing together top graduate and postdoc women in EECS for discussions and sessions to navigate early stages of an academic career.
Graduate student David Lindell and Matt O’Toole, a post-doctoral scholar, work in the lab. (Image credit: L.A. Cicero)
March 2018
Someday your self-driving car could react to hazards before you even see them, thanks to a laser-based imaging technology being developed by Stanford researchers that can peek around corners.


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