Yihong Wu is one of three students worldwide to be honored by the prestigious Marconi Society. He was selected a Marconi Young Scholar for work including his focus on how to maximize compressed sensing by minimizing noise and waste in transmissions. As the leading organization devoted to recognizing and encouraging scientific contributions to communication sciences and the Internet, the Marconi Society annually honors young scholars who already are engaged in influential work and are likely to t
Archive – June 2011
Prof. Niraj Jha, grad student Chunxiao Li and Prof. Anand Raghunathan from Purdue University, have co-authored a paper titled, "Hijacking an insulin pump: Security attacks and defenses for a diabetes therapy system," that was presented at IEEE Healthcom'11 on June 14.
Prof. Gerard Wysocki has been named one of the finalist in the 2011 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists competition. The New York Academy of Sciences Blavatnik Awards were created to acknowledge the excellence of young scientists and engineers in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
It is with great sadness that we share the news that William E. Hopkins, Jr. a former EE professor passed away June 4th after a month-long illness. Bill joined the faculty in 1982 after receiving his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland. He left Princeton several years later to join the faculty at Drexel and eventually changed careers in 1994 to work as an actuary for Mercer Health and Benefits, LLC.
Three EE grad students have received honorific fellowships for the 2011-2012 academic year. The honorific fellowships provide funding to students displaying the highest scholarly excellence in graduate work. Qiang Peter Liu, advised by Claire Gmachl, received the Harold W. Dodds Fellowship. Zhen James Xiang, advised by Peter Ramadge, received the Charlotte Elizabeth Proctor Fellowship and Sibren Isaacman, advised by Margaret Martonosi, received the Wallace Memorial Fellowship in Engineering.