EE Graduate student Yuejie Chi is one of seven recipients of the 2010 Roberto Padovani Scholarship at Qualcomm Inc. The scholarship is awarded each year to interns that exhibit outstanding performance on their assignments. The purpose of this award is to assist the winners with the school costs, build lasting relationships and have them join Qualcomm once they graduate.
Archive – October 2010
Prof. Gerard Wysocki is the recipient of the 2010 Masao Horiba Award for his innovative work on "ultra-sensitive in-situ detection of reactive chemicals based on laser dispersion effects". HORIBA Group, one of the corporate leaders in development and manufacturing of analytical instrumentation, established an award to recognize young scientists worldwide working in the field of analytical science. This award is intended to support scientists, outside the HORIBA Group companies, who early in
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the main causes of death and disabilities worldwide. When injury occurs (e.g., in a bomb explosion or a car accident), brain tissues experience a mechanical stress caused by the impact, which leads to immediate or delayed neuronal dysfunction and cell death.
Amirali Modir Shanechi ’08 has been selected as an Howard Hughes Medical Institute – National Institutes of Health Research Scholar for 2010-2011. This program allows medical, dental and veterinary students to engage in biomedical research at a laboratory anywhere in the United States except the NIH campus. While at Princeton, Amirali received Freshman First Honor Prize, the Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence and the Class of 1939 Princeton Scholar Award which is given to the undergraduat