The Alfred Sloan Foundation has chosen Boaz Barak, an assistant professor of computer science, to receive a Sloan Research Fellowship. The selective grants are awarded "to enhance the careers of the very best young faculty members in science."
Archive – March 2007
From the beginning, Winston Oluwole Soboyejo has been of two worlds -- the developing and the developed.
Princeton University's engineering school has named Greg Olsen, a pioneer in the sensors industry and in space travel, as its first "entrepreneur in residence."
The Office of Graduate Affairs invites current graduate students and graduate alumni to participate in the annual Graduate-Alumni Mixer from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17, in the Friend Center Convocation Room.
Fortune magazine in its 2007 list of "America's Most Admired Companies" has named Network Appliance Inc. No. 1 in the computer peripherals industry. NetApp was co-founded by David Hitz, who earned his B.S.E. in electrical engineering and computer science at Princeton in 1986 and currently serves as the California-based company's executive vice president.
The second annual Innovation Forum at the School of Engineering and Applied Science Feb. 27 showcased emerging technology ranging from a novel laser eye surgery technique to a new way to improve security on the Internet.