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  1. 81.

    Groundbreaking held for Preston M. Green Hall

    Green Hall includes space for the Preston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering and is a fitting name for a building that will be the permanent home of I-CARES.

  1. 82.

    Professor Joseph A. O'Sullivan gives a plenary talk

    Professor O'Sullivan gave the plenary talk for the OSA Imaging and Applied Optics Congress in Tucson, Arizona on June 8, 2010.

  1. 83.

    National Science Foundation awards grant to Professor Arye Nehorai

    The four-year, $827,820 grant will continue research for “Design and Implementation of Position-Encoded 3D Microarrays."

  1. 84.

    Faculty Openings

    The ESE Department is inviting applications for a full-time Lecturer or possibly a Professor of Practice for Academic Year 2010-2011.

  1. 85.

    Professor T.J. Tarn honored with the American Automatic Control Council's 2010 John R. Ragazzini Award

    The award, which includes an honorarium, will be presented at the 2010 American Control Conference at Baltimore, Maryland.

  1. 86.

    International Council on Systems Engineering workshop April 24

    Faculty and students are invited to a special workshop, "Achieving Best-Value Solutions through Systems Engineering Analysis Techniques,” featuring Mark Schankman, Associate Fellow in Affordability Analysis at The Boeing Company.

  1. 87.

    Chinese Academy of Sciences awards Einstein Chair Professorship Award to Professor T.J. Tarn

    The Academy elects 10 to 12 leading foreign scientists for this award each year. Many current and past recipients are Nobel Laureates.

  1. 88.

    Electrical & Systems Engineering announces a new master's program in robotics

    The principal goal is to prepare individuals for professional practice in Robotics Engineering.

  1. 89.

    Tiny whispering gallery

    A WUSTL research team, led by Assistant Professor Lan Yang, has devised a sensor on a chip that can not only detect but also measure single particles. They expect the sensor will be able to measure nanoparticles smaller than 100 nanometers in diameter on the fly.

  1. 90.

    Nature publishes paper by Assistant Professor Lan Yang

    'On-chip single nanoparticle detection and sizing by mode splitting in an ultrahigh-Q microresonator' is published in Nature, the world's foremost weekly scientific journal.

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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