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  1. 41.

    Assistant Professor Jr-Shin Li published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)

    Graduate Student Justin Ruths and Professor Li co-authored a PNAS paper on developing a universal computational method for optimal pulse design in quantum control.

  1. 42.

    Laser Focus World names professor's research "Best of 2011"

    Professor Lan Yang's particle-detecting ring laser research was selected for the "Best of 2011" technology review.

  1. 43.

    Professor Arye Nehorai publishes in Nature Protocols

    PhD student Vanessa Tidwell and Professor Arye Nehorai, co-authored a Nature Protocols paper on quantization of lung-tumor burden using MR imaging.

  1. 44.

    Assistant Professor Lan Yang Wins Prestigious Presidential Early Career Award

    This award is the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers.

  1. 45.

    WUSTL scientist wins prestigious Presidential Early Career Award

    The award, which is the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers, will be given to Professor Lan Yang.

  1. 46.

    Preston M. Green Hall dedicated Sept. 23

    Green Hall, the third building in a new engineering complex at the northeast corner of the Danforth Campus, was dedicated with a ceremony that included keynote speaker Charles M. Vest, president of the National Academy of Engineering.

  1. 47.

    Air Force Office of Scientific Research awards grant to Professor Arye Nehorai

    The five-year, $800,000 grant is for research titled “Radar Methods in Urban Environments.”

  1. 48.

    Tiny ring laser accurately detects and counts nanoparticles

    A team led by Assistant Professor Lan Yang has developed a new microlaser that can accurately detect and count individual viruses, the particles that jumpstart cloud formation or those that contaminate the air we breathe.

  1. 49.

    Engineering Symposium & Preston M Green Hall Dedication set for Friday, September 23

    Speakers include the National Academy of Engineering President, Director of the National Science Foundation, President & CEO of Boeing Defense, Space & Security and academic leaders.

  1. 50.

    NIH awards grant to Professor Jody O'Sullivan

    Professor O'Sullivan received a five-year, $611,070 grant for research titled, “Quantitative Dual-Energy CT Imaging for Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning.”

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