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    Alumnus creates computer that mimics brain

    “Neurogrid’s purpose is twofold: to learn how neural networks in the brain work and how to harness these networks for tasks at which the brain vastly outperforms computers,” says alumnus Sam Fok.

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    Call for nominations: 2013 Alumni Achievement Awards

    The School of Engineering & Applied Science is seeking nominations for the 2013 Engineering Alumni Achievement Awards. Nominations are due December 1, 2012.

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    Founders Day event honors alumni

    Nancy Green will be honored for her dedication and service to Washington University at the annual Founders Day gala Saturday, November 3.

  1. 74.

    Student startup featured on Techli

    Food Trucks Near Me, created by Engineering student Philip Thomas, tracks the locations of food trucks in major cities like St. Louis, Chicago and Cleveland.

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    Pei-lan Liu, a DSc student in ESE, won best paper award at WCICA'12

    DSc student Pei-lan Liu won first place in the student paper contest at the World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation (WCICA), July 2012.

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    Professor W. E. Moerner of Stanford University becomes chair of Chemistry Department

    Professor W. E. Moerner (BSEE 1975), now the Harry S. Mosher Professor of Chemistry at Stanford University, became the chair of the Stanford Department of Chemistry in 2011.

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    Student's new website, FoodTrucksSTL.org, featured on local news

    Philip Thomas, a senior Systems Science & Engineering student, created FoodTrucksSTL.org to make it easier to find the locations of 30 local food trucks.

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    PhD candidate authors article for St. Louis Beacon

    Elad Gilboa, a McDonnell International Scholar, studies Electrical Engineering and is the author of "Are we heading for a crash on the Information Superhighway?"

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    Electrical & Systems Engineering undergraduate students visit Tel Aviv University in Israel

    Tel Aviv University hosted Professor Arye Nehorai, doctoral student Elad Gilboa, and nine undergraduate students for ten days of technical and cultural exchanges.

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    Outstanding Electrical & Systems undergraduate students honored at luncheon

    The spring 2012 Electrical & Systems Engineering undergraduate awards luncheon was held on May 7th to honor the achievements of the department's undergraduate students.

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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