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    Ching awarded Air Force Young Investigator grant to analyze brain dynamics

    The grant was one of 57 awards selected from a pool of over 200 proposals in 2015, and will use systems and control theory methods to analyze how networks of neurons behave over time.

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    Feinstein works to better measure risk in the financial system

    Dr. Zachary Feinstein, assistant professor in ESE, studies the mathematics of financial systems in order to mitigate financial crises and contagion.

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    Feinstein forgoes potential NBA career for Electrical and Systems Engineering

    Forgoing a potentially lucrative contract as a free agent in the NBA, Professor Zachary Feinstein has decided to remain focused on his duties at Washington University.

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    Alumnus Profile: Robert Kinberg, Partner and Intellectual Property Attorney at Venable LLP

    Robert Kinberg (BS EE 1970) practices Intellectual Property law, counsels clients in all aspects of patents, copyrights and trademarks, with a concentration in patent prosecution in diverse electrical and mechanical technologies in the US and foreign countries.

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    Alumnus Profile: Stephen G. Kunin, General Counsel at Oblon, McClelland, Maier and Neustadt, L.L.P.

    Stephen G. Kunin (BS EE 1970) is a recognized expert in intellectual property law who worked at the US Patent and Trademark Office for nearly 35 years before moving to private practice.

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    Alumnus Profile: Cedric Yu’s Gammapod invention may reduce the need for surgery to treat breast cancer

    Cedric Yu (MS EE 1985, DSc EE 1989) started Xcision Medical Systems, LLC to develop the Gammapod treatment system, and was awarded the University of Maryland system Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2010.

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    Engineering Students and Faculty Make a Difference in Ethiopia

    The Washington University Engineers Without Borders chapter, which renovated an Ethiopian school’s electrical system last year, travelled there this winter and found both evidence of success and room for improvement.

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    St. Louis dubbed best startup city in America

    A recent Popular Mechanics list of the top startup cities in America ranked St. Louis as #1.

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    Alumnus Profile: David Rossetti, Vice President of University Relations and Research at Cisco Systems (retired)

    David Rossetti (BS Applied Math and CS, 1974) recently retired from a long career in software and product development and business management, including vice president positions at Cisco Systems and Strategic Mapping, Inc.

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    Alumnus Profile: Albert Yuk-Keung Ip, Langham Hospitality Investments, Lingnan University, City University of Hong Kong and previously Citigroup

    Albert Yuk Keung Ip (BS CS & Applied Math 1973) is the Executive Director and CEO of Langham Hospitality Investments and adjunct professor of Lingnan University and City University of Hong Kong. He also sits on many business and university boards as well as serves on a number of committees in government.

Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science, Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering

Green Hall, CB 1042, 1 Brookings Drive, Saint Louis, MO, USA 63130
Phone: (314) 935-5565, Fax: (314) 935-7500

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