Prof. Hendon discusses her research which focuses on how tissue structure can contribute to preterm birth.
Professor Michal Lipson received an honorary doctorate for her work in silicon photonics from Trinity College, University of Dublin, at a December 7, 2018, ceremony.
Prof. Fred Jiang has received a three-year NSF grant to develop a system to defend against unwanted uses of voice assistants that threaten user privacy.
The article reviews the contributions by Professors Kostic, Krishnaswamy, Schulzrinne, and Zussman
Dave Vallancourt leads a group of students that reanimates a vintage synthesizer that changed the course of popular music.
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The Amateur Radio Club, in collaboration with the Columbia Space Initiative, built a successful satellite-tracking system.
Representatives of the Wei Family Private Foundation visited the EE department to present 2018–2019 scholarship awards to three graduate students.
The electrical engineering department sponsored the attendance of three female students at the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) 2018 career conference.
Electrical Engineering wins two NSF and one NASA graduate research fellowships.
Electrical Engineering PhD candidate Negar Reiskarimian has been named a 2018 Riser by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).