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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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Kai Zang (PhD '17)
October 2017
Lead author Kai Zang’s (PhD ’17) describes a process to improve photon absorption, and also a second discovery – improving the collision-avoidance technology in vehicles.
September 2017
The Stanford Cyber Initiative is bringing together scholars from all over campus to confront the challenges technology presents.
September 2017
lab64 resources helped undergraduate Mateo Garcia design and build an embedded systems art installation.
September 2017
On this radio show segment, Stanford's Russ Altman and Prof. Boahen discuss the future of computers.
September 2017
On this radio show segment, Stanford's Russ Altman and Prof. Enge discuss secure GPS.
John Hennessy and Philip Knight. Image credit: L.A. Cicero
September 2017
Preparing leaders to address global challenges in the 21st century and beyond.
David Hallac, EE PhD candidate
September 2017
For their paper titled, “Toeplitz Inverse Covariance-Based Clustering of Multivariate Time Series Data.”
Image credit: L.A. Cicero
September 2017
Hennessy, a pioneer in computer architecture, explains why the honor holds special significance.
Photo credit, The Marconi Society
August 2017
Honored for his transformative contributions to information and system science and his sustained mentoring and development of new generations of scientists.
Professor Lambertus 'Bert' Hesselink
August 2017
The IEEE VIS Test of Time award recognizes articles published at previous conferences whose contents are still vibrant and useful today and have had a major impact and influence within and beyond the visualization community.


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