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Graduate Student Bangda Zhou
March 29, 2015
His paper is titled "Direct Finite Element Solver of Linear Complexity for Analyzing Electrically Large Problems". Bangda Zhou is advised by Prof. Dan Jiao.
Professor Jan Allebach
March 29, 2015
This award is the most prestigious honor bestowed upon alumni of the ECE Department. Individuals receiving this award have distinguished themselves through notable significant contributions in engineering research, practice, education, or business.
Graduate Student Alice Jou
March 15, 2015
Her paper is entitled "An Integrated Reconfigurable Tuner in 45nm CMOS SOI Technology." The co-authors of the paper are Chen Liu and Professor Saeed Mohammadi. She is advised by Professor Mohammadi.
Graduate students Sriram Sadhu Sampathkumar and Srihari Sadhu Sampathkumar
March 15, 2015
Sriram Sadhu Sampathkumar and Srihari Sadhu Sampathkumar won in the software category for their project Teleport.
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March 13, 2015
The discipline rankings are based entirely on peer evaluations, whereas the college rankings are a combination of peer and recruiter assessments, along with a variety of performance-based factors.
Vinai Sundaram
March 3, 2015
Sensorhound, a company that focuses on technology that improves reliability and reduces the operations cost of networked embedded systems, received $75,000 with a potential to receive an additional $75,000 if certain performance milestones are met. SensorHound was founded by Vinai Sundaram, who earned his doctorate in electrical and computer engineering; Patrick Eugster, a Purdue associate professor of computer science; and Matthew Tan Creti, who is a doctoral candidate in electrical and computer engineering.