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    An Evening Honoring Our Faculty

    ESE held a special event on May 7, 2015 to honor the distinguished careers of Professors I. Norman Katz, Paul S. Min, Daniel L. Rode, Ervin Y. Rodin, Barry E. Spielman and T.J. Tarn.

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    Faculty Opening: Electrical & Systems Engineering Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty

    Candidates should have an earned doctorate in Electrical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Applied Mathematics, or related fields.

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    Nehorai to Give Distinguished Lecture at Yale University

    Dr. Nehorai will speak on his recent work on the adoption of smart grid technologies.

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    Matthew Lew joins the ESE faculty

    Dr. Matthew Lew works across the fields of super-resolution fluorescence microscopy, single-molecule spectroscopy, molecular imaging, and biophotonics.

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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.

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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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    Xuan ‘Silvia’ Zhang joined the ESE faculty this summer

    Dr. Xuan ‘Silvia’ Zhang joined 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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    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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    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.

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

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