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    NSF Research for Undergraduate Experience (REU) Internship Opening

    Professor J. T. Shen has an immediate opening for an NSF REU Internship for qualified EE Undergraduate Students interested in Electromagnetic Fields and Numerical techniques.

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    Lan Yang to receive Chancellor’s Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

    The award will be presented by Chancellor Wrighton at a ceremony on October 3.

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    Jr-Shin Li’s group using control-theoretic approaches to improve brain stimulation

    Dr. Li and graduate students Anatoly Zlotnik and Isuru Dasanayake developed methods to design optimal waveforms for nonlinear oscillating systems, including neural systems.

  1. 4.

    Dr. Quinn Li of Qualcomm

    Dr. Li (BS EE 1991, MS EE 1995, PhD EE 1996) is a Vice President and Managing Director for North America at Qualcomm Ventures, overseeing investment activities in North America.

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    T.J. Tarn awarded the Chen Han-fu Award for 2015

    The award was given to Dr. Tarn by the Chinese Association of Automation for his significant contributions to control and system science.

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    Dr. Xuan ‘Silvia’ Zhang joining the ESE faculty this summer

    Dr. Xuan ‘Silvia’ Zhang will join the ESE faculty this summer as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Zhang works across the fields of robotics, systems engineering, VLSI, and computer architecture.

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    Alumnus Profile: Dr. Tim Barton: Maritime Chief Engineer, Senior Technical Fellow, and Solution Architect at Leidos

    Dr. Barton (D.Sc. EE, 1993) works in Mission Systems Integration for the maritime domain, including a wide array of sensors and platforms.

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    Alumnus Profile: Mark Dehnert of Goldman Sachs

    Mr. Dehnert (BS SSM & MBA 1989) is a Goldman Sachs managing director in the securities division.

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    Alumnus Profile: David Corman of the National Science Foundation

    Dr. Corman (MS SSM & ME 1978, BS SSM & AMCS 1977) is the Program Director leading the Cyber Physical Systems Program for the NSF, and is a Research Associate Professor in the Preston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis

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    Professor T. J. Tarn interviewed on Chinese television about future of robotics in China

    The televised group discussion appeared on Chinese television channel CCTV.

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