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    Groundbreaking optical device could enhance computers, lasers

    Lan Yang, PhD, the Das Family Career Development Associate Professor of electrical and systems engineering, and her collaborators at Stanford University, Riken (Japan) and Tsinghua University in China have developed an essential component of these new computers that would run on light.

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    Rode Invited to Write Foreword to New Book

    Electrical and Systems Engineering faculty member Dr. Daniel Rode was invited to write the foreword for a new book entitled “Silicon Based Thin Film Solar Cells.”

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    Amazon drones: Technology almost there, insurance and regulation still far off

    "From a robotics standpoint, the technology is there,” says Humberto Gonzalez, PhD. “But the reason these aren’t more widespread is that the insurance companies must be on board.”

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    Nehorai quoted in the New York Times

    Arye Nehorai, PhD, explains why AM radio station KMOX 1120, which broadcasts St. Louis Cardinals baseball games, can be heard in more than 40 states and in some cases, around the world.

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    Tarn Receives Award from the National Research Council, Taiwan, ROC

    T.J. Tarn, PhD, senior professor of electrical and systems engineering, won the Distinguished Chair Professor Award from the National Research Council of Taiwan

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    Bear Cub grants foster entrepreneurship

    Jung-Tsung Shen, PhD, assistant professor of electrical and systems engineering, has developed a photonic switch.

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    Faculty Opening in Electrical and Systems Engineering

    We invite strong applications for a faculty position for fall 2014. Candidates should have a doctorate in Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics, Systems Engineering, Mathematics, Operations Research or related fields.

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    Energy efficiency analysis goes high-tech in I-CARES

    Nehorai will lead a team of researchers who will develop high-tech automation systems for energy-efficient buildings

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    St. Louis: Top 5 metropolitan area in the country for IT start-up jobs

    Local efforts to support startups have helped turn some unexpected places into hotbeds of IT activity, reports CNN Money.

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    Ching receives award from Burroughs-Wellcome Fund

    ShiNung Ching, PhD, has won a Career Award at the Scientific Interface from the Burroughs-Wellcome Fund

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