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    Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering to welcome new professor in October 2012

    Humberto Gonzalez's research interests are in the broad area of dynamical systems, with an emphasis on computational tools for cyber-physical systems.

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    Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering to welcome new professor in May 2013

    ShiNung Ching's research lies at the interface between systems and control engineering and neural medicine.

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    Senior Professor William F. Pickard addresses challenges of renewable energy

    Professor Pickard co-edited a special issue of Proceedings of the IEEE addressing the challenges of intermittency with renewable energy, which has limited the penetration of renewable sources in most power grids.

  1. 64.

    Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering moves to Green Hall

    The department office moved to Preston M. Green Hall on August 22, 2011.

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    ESE/CSE laboratory support job opening

    The Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE) and the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Departments at Washington University are seeking a qualified individual to fill the ESE/CSE Laboratory Support position.

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    Faculty Opening: Electrical & Systems Engineering Professor

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

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    Professor Arye Nehorai to speak at ECEDHA 2012 Meeting

    Professor Nehorai will give a presentation at the March 2012 ECEDHA meeting on increasing undergraduate enrollment in the Electrical & Systems Engineering department.

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    ESE297 Introduction to Undergraduate Research Projects

    New undergraduate research projects with hands on experience robots, computers, Acoustic Sensors, EEG Sensors and 3D cameras.

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    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.

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    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.

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

Green Hall, CB 1042, 1 Brookings Drive, Saint Louis, MO, USA 63130
Phone: (314) 935-5565, Fax: (314) 935-7500

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