Edwin Howard Armstrong Fellowship

Edwin Howard ArmstrongIn 2013, the Electrical Engineering Department was privileged to offer a new fellowship exclusive to our Department. This fellowship is named after one of Columbia's most distinguished graduates, Edwin Howard Armstrong, who is widely known as the father of FM modulation for radio, as well as the inventor of several key electronic devices that have enabled modern radio communication. The fellowship is given to students who are selected on the basis of a high potential for research in the key research areas of the Department. This coveted fellowship will help our finest students "fast track" into new and exciting areas of electrical engineering.


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