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    Yang develops technique to improve laser performance

    Dr. Lan Yang, Associate Professor in ESE, and her group had a paper published in Science on Oct. 17 describing their experiments demonstrating how a laser system can be made more efficient by adding loss.

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    ESE Alumnus Simmons funds expansion of Jose Valdés Math Institute

    Charlie Simmons (BS EE 1970) now funds two-thirds of the 180 students at the Jose Valdés Math Institute in Palo Alto, CA.

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    Alumnus Moerner wins 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    W. E. Moerner, PhD, an electrical engineering alumnus, has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2014, along with two other scientists.

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    Faculty Research News: Generation of ultra-long optical nanojets for novel sensing

    Professor J.T. Shen and his collaborators have predicted the formation of ultralong photonic nanojets using a simple dielectric microsphere.

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    Faculty Research News: Generation of non-classical light using quantum circuits

    Professor J.T. Shen and Ph.D. student Matthew Bradford have developed a numerical technique to simulate non-classical light in quantum circuits.

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    Washington University in St. Louis named Best Workplace For Commuters

    Washington University in St. Louis has been named Best Workplace for Commuters (more than 100 employees) by Citizens for Modern Transit.

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    Alumnus Profile: Dr. Marija Nikolić of the University of Belgrade

    Dr. Marija Nikolić (PhD EE, 2011, advisor: Dr. Nehorai), joined the faculty of the University of Belgrade as an assistant professor at the School of Electrical Engineering. Dr. Nikolić’s current interests are sparse imaging, microwave imaging of breast cancer, and microwave imaging of the brain.

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    Alumnus Profile: Dr. Chrysanthe Preza of the University of Memphis

    Dr. Chrysanthe Preza (D.Sc. EE 1998, advisor: Dr. Snyder) is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Memphis, and the principal investigator of the Computational Imaging Research Laboratory.

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    Engineers develop new sensor to detect tiny individual nanoparticles

    A team of researchers at Washington University in St. Louis, led by Lan Yang, PhD, the Das Family Career Development Associate Professor in Electrical & Systems Engineering, and their collaborators at Tsinghua University in China, has developed a new sensor that can detect and count nanoparticles, at sizes as small as 10 nanometers, one at a time.

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    Electrical Engineering Ranked High in Average Starting Pay

    In an article, posted on USA Today, ranking the top 10 highest paying college majors, Electrical Engineering ranked second to Petroleum engineering in average starting pay.

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