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  1. 91.

    Inside & Out: A security analyst’s assessment

    Alumnus John Gannon, PhD, a national security expert, is president of the intelligence and security arm of BAE Systems, a global aerospace, defense and security company.

  1. 92.

    Green Hall Dedication set for Friday, September 23

    Green Hall will provide additional research space for the Preston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering and will be home to the International Center for Advanced Renewable Energy & Sustainability (I-CARES).

  1. 93.

    Alumnus named to St. Louis Small Business' "Top Minority Owned Businesses" list

    Rajiv Chhatwal, MSEE '89, formed Source Pundit LLC in 2007. Today, the company has clients in 10 countries.

  1. 94.

    Alexander Benjamin (EE and SSE class of 2012) wins the Award for Excellence in Technical Communication

    His winning paper discussed audio compression techniques and fundamental tradeoffs in selecting a situationally-optimal algorithm. The paper was based on a report he wrote following an ESE study abroad trip to the Technion, Israel, in May 2010.

  1. 95.

    Alumna Profile: Anna Patterson, Director of Research for Google, Inc.

    “There’s market risk in doing something like Cuil, and that’s what we took.”

  1. 96.

    2011 Outstanding Graduate in the School of Engineering & Applied Science

    Sarah Fern, a systems science and engineering major with a minor in music, has interests beyond engineering. She is a talented pianist and has traveled to India to perform field research in collaboration with the Brown School.

  1. 97.

    Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering honors outstanding students

    Spring 2011 undergraduate award winners were honored by the department at a luncheon at Whittemore House.

  1. 98.

    Student Life features IEEE dance floor: "Behind the Vertigo illuminated dance floor"

    Electricity surged through 18,000 individually soldered components as the first illuminated dance floor in years debuted at Vertigo on Saturday night.

  1. 99.

    Dani Hoover named NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Elite 88 Award Winner

    Elite 88 is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average participating at the finals site for each of the NCAA’s 88 championships.

  1. 100.

    Xinyun Hang is doing a great service to our country

    We honor our undergraduate student Xinyun Hang

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

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