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Quantum entanglement could improve navigation sensorsAnd yes, they are looking to miniaturize it for smartphone dead reckoning.
New method to produce green hydrogen offers promising…With next gen solar cell technology, Prof. Zetian Mi leads a DoE project to develop high efficiency, low cost, and ultrastable production of green hydrogen fuels directly from sunlight and water.
Organic photovoltaics offer realistic pathway to power-generating…A new fabrication process greatly improves the reliability of highly-efficient semi-transparent solar cells, which can be applied to windows to generate solar power.
Olivia Lee awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for brain-machine interfaces that could improve control of robotic prosthesesMore Students >
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Laser Focus World: June 1, 2023Entanglement-enhanced optomechanical sensors offer unprecedented precision
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Princeton University: May 31, 2023Princeton awards five honorary degrees
Dennis Sylvester named Interim Chair of Electrical and Computer EngineeringSylvester is a pioneer in low-power IC design, serial entrepreneur, and a leader in the professional community.
Introducing young engineering students to the sociotechnical impact of technologyWith the help of individual class modules, electrical engineering students relate technical content to issues of social justice, sustainability, and more.
Olivia Lee awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for brain-machine interfaces that could improve control of robotic prosthesesLee designs implantable and wearable electronics to help restore movement to those who have lost limbs or have been paralyzed.
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