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  1. 81.

    Professor to deliver IEEE CDC plenary address in China

    Professor T.J. Tarn will travel to Shanghai, China for the 48th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control.

  1. 82.

    IEEE makes a comeback

    The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) brought students together to build defibrillator testing kits designed to check the functionality of these vital cardiac tools in developing countries.

  1. 83.

    Electrical & Systems Engineering professor gives Google Tech Talk

    Assistant Professor Jung-Tsung Shen presented a Google Tech Talk titled "Fun with Light."

  1. 84.

    Professor Arye Nehorai Nehorai gives plenary presentation at 2009 IEEE

    The workshop features a number of plenary talks from the worlds leading researchers, including the ESE Department Chair.

  1. 85.

    Professor Arye Nehorai leads MURI (multi-university research initiative)

    The goal of "Adaptive Waveform Diversity for Full Spectral Dominance" is to continue research on adaptive optimal design waveforms for radar and communications.

  1. 86.

    Electrical & Systems Engineering research funded by NSF

    Assistant Professor Lan Yang received a three-year, $299,126 grant from the National Science Foundation for research titled "Laser Treated Sol-Gel Glass for Ultra-High-Quality Photonic Devices."

  1. 87.

    Electrical & Systems Engineering launches new robotic sensing project

    Undergraduate students will implement sensor systems for mobile robots for mutildisciplinary research.

  1. 88.

    Electrical & Systems Engineering professor wins George Saridis Leadership Award

    Professor Tzyh Jong Tarn received the 2009 George Saridis Leadership Award in Robotics and Automation from the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.

  1. 89.

    Electrical & Systems Engineering lab renovated

    Located in Bryan Hall, Room 306, the laboratory includes 16 stations equipped with oscilloscopes, function generators, spectrum analyzers, power supplies, computers and digital multimeters.

  1. 90.

    Entrepreneurs awarded $75,000 in annual Olin Cup competition

    Electrical & Systems Engineering Professor Bob Morley has been working with Olin Cup winner, Verto Medical Solutions. The company created a device designed to make custom-fit earphones.

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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