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Electrical & Systems Engineering News
April 2020
Local experts collaborate to meet the local surge of COVID-19 patients.
In the media: Eclectic St. Louis team of doctors, engineers and machinists answers call for emergency ventilators
Zhang’s CAREER Award could reshape how to build computers for data-intensive era
Xuan "Silvia" Zhang will use the brain's neural network as a model to design more efficient computer chips with a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation.
Sinopoli named Das Family Distinguished Professor
Bruno Sinopoli has been named the Das Family Distinguished Professor in Electrical Engineering in the McKelvey School of Engineering.
Tuning optical resonators gives researchers control over transparency
Findings by Lan Yang were recently published in Nature Physics and will have ramifications for quantum computing, communications and more.
Four McKelvey Engineering faculty receive LEAP awards
Shantanu Chakrabartty and Lan Yang have been selected to receive awards to prepare their product for commercialization.
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ShiNung Ching and students in his lab work at the intersection of science, mathematics and medicine to learn more about brain dynamics and neural networks.
Engineering, math help Ching’s group to study human brain
Department News
Walking the wire: Real-time imaging helps reveal active sites of photocatalysts Walking the wire: Real-time imaging helps reveal active sites of photocatalysts
McKelvey Engineering students, alumna win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships McKelvey Engineering students, alumna win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Electrical engineering graduate program improves in U.S. News Electrical engineering graduate program improves in U.S. News
ESE students reflect on senior design experience ESE students reflect on senior design experience
Nehorai, alumnus win IEEE best paper award Nehorai, alumnus win IEEE best paper award
WashU Alumna Jennifer Dionne, BS '03, has found a way to see our world on the nano- and molecular scale WashU Alumna Jennifer Dionne, BS '03, has found a way to see our world on the nano- and molecular scale
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