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Electrical Engineering Department News

E.g., 2022-07
image of prof Boris Murmann
May 2021
The award recognizes lifetime research contributions to the U.S. semiconductor industry by university faculty.
image of prof Subhasish Mitra
May 2021
The award recognizes lifetime research contributions to the U.S. semiconductor industry by university faculty.
image of prof Eric Pop
May 2021
The energy harvesters can be embedded into fabrics or clothes or placed on unusual shapes and form factors.
image of LaToya Powell, graduate admission officer
May 2021
LaToya Powell boldly exploring new horizons.
image of PhD candidate Riley Culberg
April 2021
Using a new approach to data, scientists can better understand long-term impacts of extreme melt on Greenland Ice Sheet.
April's outstanding EE staff!
April 2021
Six EE staff recognized for their exemplary work.
prof Kunle Olukotun
April 2021
A chip designer talks about how advances in hardware will be needed to make the much-hyped artificially intelligent future a reality.
image of prof Shanhui Fan
April 2021
Four faculty members discussed their work to make energy systems more sustainable, affordable and reliable at an annual energy sector conference.
image of prof Nick McKeown
March 2021
His team of scholars is working to protect 5G technology from vulnerabilities.
image of LaToya Powell, graduate admission officer
March 2021
For her achievement in the creation of the dEEbug peer tutoring program and the creation of a new student group called SURG(E)2.

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