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News Listing Archive for 2007

December 1, 2007

“IEEE Micro Top Picks”

"Leveraging Optical Technology in Future Bus-based Chip Multiprocessors," by José Martínez, Alyssa Apsel, David Albonesi, and Ph.D. students Nevin Kırman, Meyrem Kırman, Rajeev Dokania, and Matthew... read more

October 24, 2007

“Fellow of Optical Society of America”

Michal Lipson was elected Fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA) by the Board of Directors at their September 2007 meeting. read more

September 11, 2007

“David Hammer receives Ruth and Joel Spira Outstanding Teaching Award"

Professor David A. Hammer received the Ruth and Joel Spira Outstanding Teaching Award in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2007. read more

August 25, 2007

“Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Award”

John Belina has recently been awarded the university’s Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Award. The $5,000 award recognizes “sustained and distinguished contributions of professorial faculty and... read more

August 18, 2007

“John Swanson College Teaching Award for 2007”

Assistant Professor Alyssa Apsel was recently awarded the John Swanson College Teaching Award for 2007. read more

August 12, 2007

“Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers”

Professor Zygmunt J. Haas was elected Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in 2007 for "contributions to wireless and mobile ad-hoc networks". read more

May 18, 2007

“Professor Johnson is the Featured Guest on NPR's Science Friday Show – May 18, 2007”

…can number crunching determine whether art is authentic? We'll talk with a scientist (Professor Richard Johnson) who says that a technique called 'stylometry' may be able to distill the essence of... read more

April 9, 2007

“National Science Foundation Early Career Award”

Sunil Bhave, assistant professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently received a five-year National Science Foundation Faculty Early CAREER award under the Integrative, Hybrid, and... read more

April 6, 2007

“ECE Professor Goes to Washington...”

In an effort to explain an alarming event which resulted in the disruption of global positioning signals (GPS) "around the world," professor Paul Kintner joined other researchers at a conference in... read more

January 26, 2007

“NSF Early Career”

Designing with Light: Comparative Analysis and Design of Optical Interconnects for Chip-to-Chip Communication read more

January 26, 2007

“National Science Foundation Early Career Award”

Assistant Professor Aaron Wagner has received a National Science Foundation Early Career Award for his proposal “A New Look at the Fundamental Limits of Lossy Network Compression.” read more