Mung Chiang and his team are using a miniaturized version of the global communications network, dubbed the EDGE Lab, to develop new ideas and systems that will help ensure that the networking infrastructure of the future will meet consumer demand.
Archive – April 2011
The 6th Annual Innovation Forum awarded $40,000 to help tech innovations get closer to the marketplace.
Elie Bou-Zeid is mapping the microclimate of Princeton's campus in order to better understand how local environments affect the global climate -- and vice versa.
This video features cloud footage taken from a superfast research aircraft that includes a new laser-based sensor invented by Mark Zondlo to measure water vapor throughout the atmosphere.
Princeton University engineering senior, Kay Ousterhout has a new opportunity to deepen her passion for science after receiving $250,000 in no-strings-attached research funding.
The stories and videos featured here reflect the broad accomplishments and extraordinary dedication of our students. Their diverse work in and out of the classroom prepares Princeton engineers to lead in any areas they choose.
Ed Felten, director of the Center for Information Technology Policy, discusses possibilities for interdisciplinary study for undergraduates who would like to combine different areas of interest such as sociology, politics, and computer science.