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    Yang's group discovers a novel route to encode chaos on light

    Dr. Lan Yang's research shows stochastic resonance, chaos transfer in an optomechanical microresonator published in Nature Photonics.

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    Nehorai creates mathematical model of uterine contractions

    Dr. Arye Nehorai and collaborators have developed a multiscale model of the electrical activities in the uterus that causes contractions and may aid in predicting preterm birth.

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    Four ESE faculty awarded I-CARES awards in renewable energy and sustainability

    The International Center for Advanced Renewable Energy and Sustainability (I-CARES) recently selected recipients of its 2016 Call for Proposals.

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    ESE faculty publish in premier scientific journals

    Our faculty conduct research in the boundaries between science and engineering and publish in Science, Nature, and other premier journals.

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    Li publishes research that may provide clues on mitigatiing jet lag

    Dr. Jr-Shin Li's study sheds light on patterns behind brain, heart systems, circadian rhythms.

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    Report: St. Louis poised to be a new tech center

    A new report analyzing the tech industry’s impact on local real estate has found the St. Louis-area could be poised to be a new tech center in the United States.

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    Yang is Featured in the Fall Issue of Momentum

    Dr. Lan Yang is an inspiring role model for students, especially young girls.

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    Lew Won Optics & Photonics News’ 2015 Photo Contest

    Dr. Matthew Lew's photo accompanies a study on correcting the aberrations of 3D super-resolution nanoscopes.

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    Feinstein Studied the Economics of Star Wars

    Dr. Zachary Feinstein applied research on systemic risk to a new case study on the financial situation in the Star Wars galaxy following the events of Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

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    Ching to Develop New Engineering Methods to Study the Dynamics of Brain Networks

    Dr. ShiNung Ching is developing new engineering theory for analyzing and controlling networks in the brain. His research will be supported by a new grant from the National Science Foundation.

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

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