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    Professor T.J. Tarn gave plenary address at Forbes forum

    ESE Senior Professor Tarn was invited to give an Opening Plenary Address at the "Forbes China City Investment and Development Forum."

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    Engineering student balances coursework, running successful restaurant

    Sarah Haselkorn, the co-owner of Green Bean, talked to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about her business and being named a finalist for the Entrepreneurs’ Organization’s Global Student Entrepreneur Awards.

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    Rapid growth of ESE undergraduate enrollment

    The total number of undergraduate students in ESE has more than tripled from 81 in 2008 to 273 in 2013.

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    Faculty Opening: Electrical & Systems Engineering Professor

    We are now accepting applications for a full-time faculty member. Candidates should have an earned doctorate in Electrical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Applied Mathematics, or related fields.

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    U.S. Army awards grant to associate professor

    Associate Professor Lan Yang has received a one-year, $112,123 grant for research titled “Measurement System to Test Ultra-Sensitive IR Sensors.”

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    Professor Heinz Schaettler coauthors new textbook

    The new textbook is entitled "Geometric Optimal Control - Theory, Methods and Examples."

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    St. Louis Business Journal highlights new WUTE venture capital lecture series

    Philip Thomas, a Systems Science & Engineering student, is the director of the lecture series wute.vc, a division of Washington University Tech Entrepreneurs.

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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.

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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