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    Gonzalez team with other engineers to improve wireless network technology

    Dr. Gonzalez along with a team of engineers will work to solve the problem in industrial applications with a three-year grant from NSF by approaching the communication from both ends of the spectrum — the controller and the network.

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    ESE faculty attend the FIRST Robotics Championship in St. Louis

    Dr. Bob Morley (ESE faculty), Dr. Don Snyder (EE chair 1976-1986), and Dr. Arye Nehorai (ESE chair 2006-2016) at the event in St. Louis on April 30, 2016.

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    Alumnus Profile: Mr. Lee Wilbur, Executive Vice President, Booze Allen Hamilton

    Mr. Lee Wilbur (BS SSE 1984) leads the Booze Allen Engineering Services (BES) subsidiary and the associated Foreign Military Sales (FMS) team.

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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.

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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