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    Yang's group found a way to give photons their marching orders

    Dr. Lan Yang's group controlled the energy state in an optical field to make photons travel in a consistent mode.

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    Alumnus Profile: Dr. Thomas Moore, Director at Bausch & Lomb

    Dr. Thomas Moore (MS EE, 1983) is now Director, Product Development - Surgical Equipment at Bausch & Lomb, greater St. Louis area.

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    Ching and Raman team up to study sensory networks in the brain

    Drs. ShiNung Ching and Barani Raman are bringing together their expertise on brain networks to take a closer look at how the various networks in the brain operate.

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    Morley's settlement finalized in Square Invention dispute

    Dr. Morley receives part of a $50 million settlement in a five-year dispute over who deserves credit for developing the Square credit-card reader.

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    Yang's group discovers a novel route to encode chaos on light

    Dr. Lan Yang's research shows stochastic resonance, chaos transfer in an optomechanical microresonator published in Nature Photonics.

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    Nehorai creates mathematical model of uterine contractions

    Dr. Arye Nehorai and collaborators have developed a multiscale model of the electrical activities in the uterus that causes contractions and may aid in predicting preterm birth.

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    Four ESE faculty awarded I-CARES awards in renewable energy and sustainability

    The International Center for Advanced Renewable Energy and Sustainability (I-CARES) recently selected recipients of its 2016 Call for Proposals.

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    ESE student David Sehloff awarded NSF fellowship

    David Sehloff (BSEE, BSSSE 2016) has been awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship.

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    New course ESE 205 provides hands-on engineering design

    Undergraduate engineering students get their wishes fulfilled in ESE205, through hands-on experience by solving design problems at their own pace.

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    ESE dual-degree student John Emmons awarded NSF fellowship

    John Emmons (BSEE, BSCOE, MSCS 2016) has been awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Student Fellowship.

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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