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Prof. Keren Bergman

Dear Friends,

We welcome all new and returning students at our beautiful upper Manhattan Morningside campus! As we begin a new academic year we are excited to share with you the numerous accomplishments across our Columbia EE community - students and alumni entrepreneurs venturing new enterprises, leading academic frontiers, and collecting a myriad of accolades. Our faculty who continue to push the envelope of cross-disciplinary research are recognized with milestone awards. We're especially delighted to introduce Dr. Tom Theis who joins our EE faculty and Columbia as executive director of the Nano Initiative. We also welcome APAM Professor Alexander Gaeta with a joint appointment in EE. As this Fall term begins we look forward to another successful and productive academic year and wish you much success!

Keren Bergman Signature


Prof. Mingoo Seok

Profs. Krishnaswamy, Kymissis, and Collaborators Receive $2M NSF Grant to Break Laws of Physics, Expand Wireless Access

An EE led team has been awarded a research grant to overcome conventional limitations of light and sound waves by focusing on the physical principles of reciprocity and time-reversal symmetry.


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Prof. Richard M. Osgood

4 Faculty Involved in New Working Group Take On Massive Computing Needs of
Big Data

The initiative, led by Prof. Nowick and involving Professors Bergman, Lazar, and Seok, will bring together researchers designing extreme-scale computing systems and those working with massive data sets. It will focus on solving ambitious problems in the physical sciences, medicine, and engineering.


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Prof. Keren Bergman

Prof. Bergman Wins the IEEE Photonics Engineering Achievement Award

The award is given in recognition of an exceptional engineering contribution that has had a substantial impact on the development of laser or electro-optic technology or the commercial application of technology within the past 10 years.

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IEEE Spectrum Article

An IEEE Spectrum Article About Full Duplex

The article "1 Chip 2x Bandwidth" by Professors Krishnaswamy and Zussman, published in the July 2016 issue of IEEE Spectrum, reviews the full-duplex research performed under the Columbia FlexICoN project.

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Zussman Misra DARPA Grant

Profs. Zussman, Bienstock, and Collaborators Receive DARPA Grant to Protect Against Cyberattacks on Power Grids

Professors Zussman, Bienstock (IEOR), Misra, and Rubenstein (CS) are part of a team that received an $8M grant from the DARPA Rapid Attack Detection, Isolation and Characterization Systems (RADICS) program. Their research focuses on early detection of cyber-attacks on the North American power grid.


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Faculty Milestones

Prof. Aurel Lazar leads team in phase 1 win for the Open Science Prize


Start-up VidRovr receives grant, mentorship from Publicis Groupe


Prof. Mesgarani recipient of 2016 Irving Institute CaMPR-BASIC


Negar Reiskaramian wins a Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship


Prof. Schulzrinne appointed FCC's Senior Advisor for Technology

Jelena Marasevic is one of 10 women in networking/ communications that you should watch

Professors Bienstock (IEOR) and Zussman receive a DOE grant

Papageorgiou and Sawyer receive NSF graduate research fellowships


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