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Prof. Keren Bergman

Dear Friends,

Spring brings with it a special time in the Electrical Engineering Department, as we celebrate our graduating students at our numerous end of the year events. As featured here in our newsletter, we have much to be proud of and reflect back on this academic year, with outstanding achievements from our faculty, students, and alumni. Thank you all for your continued support throughout this year, we look forward to continued excellence in the Fall.
We wish you an enjoyable summer.

Keren Bergman Signature


Prof. Mingoo Seok

Prof. Nima Mesgarani Won a 2016 NSF

Prof. Mesgarani's CAREER project will explore a new research direction for his group: computational modeling of neural networks. The recent parallel breakthroughs in deep neural network models and neuroimaging techniques have significantly advanced the current state of artificial and biological computing.


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Prof. Richard M. Osgood

Prof. Richard M. Osgood Named to the National Academy of Inventors

In recognition of his numerous contributions to integrated optical devices and design, Richard M. Osgood, Eugene Higgins Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and professor emeritus of applied physics, has been named a 2015 Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).


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Prof. Michal Lipson

Prof. Michal Lipson - Light Could Become the Dominant Form of Heat Transfer

In a new study recently published in Nature Nanotechnology, researchers from Columbia Engineering, Cornell, and Stanford have demonstrated heat transfer can be made 100 times stronger than has been predicted, simply by bringing two objects extremely close-at nanoscale distances-without touching...

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Prof. Nima Mesgarani

Prof. Nima Mesgarani - Exploring Uncharted Regions of the Brain to Better Understand Human Communication

Prof. Mesgarani is tackling the question of how multiple regions of the brain interact with and support one another to produce comprehension.

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Ken Shepard's Lab

Prof. Ken Shepard’s Lab Leads the
Building of a Biologically Powered Chip

Columbia Engineering researchers have experimentally demonstrated for the first time that it is possible to electircally contact an atomically thin two-dimensional (2D) material only along its one-dimensional (1D) edge, rather than contacting it from the top, which has been the conventional approach.


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Faculty Milestones

Four EE Faculty won the RISE competition


Qing Qu awarded Microsoft Research Fellowship


Prof. Bergman & Prof. Lipson awarded a NASA Research Grant for Early Stage Innovation


Tolga Dinc won an IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship


EE Faculty build winning technologies with the NYC Media Lab & Verizon

Ph.D. students presented four papers at the 2016 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC)

Prof. Chang received Honorary Doctorate from the University of Amsterdam

Jin Zhou and Jianxun Zhu won an IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Predoctoral Achievement award

Prof. Misra named IEEE Fellow

Maria Gorlatova and Aya Wallwater received the IEEE Communications Society Young Author Best Paper Award

Prof. Osgood received the 2015 IEEE Photonics Society Quantum Electronics Award

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