Using drones and lasers, researchers pinpoint greenhouse gas leaks
April 14, 2023

Their laser-based sensing approach, detailed in a paper published Mar. 1 in Remote Sensing of Environment, can accurately detect and quantify both large greenhouse gas leaks and leaks up to 25 times smaller than those typically detected at natural gas…

'Last 50 feet' could be rich terrain for Princeton-developed robots
March 17, 2023

The Intellectual Property (IP) Accelerator Fund, which recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, provides support to researchers who have made a discovery but need to conduct extra studies to demonstrate that the discovery can meet a societal need. Such studies drive the research forward and can be essential for attracting outside investment…

Tech leaders convene to discuss the future of wireless communication
March 10, 2023

Experts from industry, academia and government gathered to discuss the future of wireless technologies at the inaugural Princeton NextG Symposium on March 8. The conversation featured broad discussions on the nature of collaboration in an era of big…

Princeton honors internet pioneer Robert Kahn at Alumni Day
Feb. 27, 2023

Kahn, who earned a Ph.D. in electrical engineering in 1964, was given the James Madison Medal. Kahn has been called a “father of the internet.” He and computer scientist Vinton Cerf created the protocol to transmit data reliably between separate computer networks, and to do so quickly, effectively and routinely.

“A forward-thinking…

Quantum specialist Lila Rodgers awarded University's top honor for graduate students
Feb. 21, 2023

The Jacobus Fellows will be honored at Alumni Day ceremonies Saturday, Feb. 25.

The fellowships support the students’ final year of study at Princeton and are awarded to one Ph.D. student in each of the four divisions — humanities, social…

Defects in diamond could sense structures of single molecules
Feb. 20, 2023

Controlled defects in the dense lattice of a diamond’s carbon matrix create one of the few systems available for exploring quantum phenomena at room temperature, instead of the supercooled environment typically required. The problem is creating precise defects in diamond’s adamantine structure.

Nathalie de Leon, an associate professor…

Yasaman Ghasempour kicks off new season of Science on Saturday with "The Race for 6G Wireless"
Feb. 2, 2023

A science-education tradition that has captivated generations of students resumes this weekend, live and in person, with the return of Science on Saturday at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. Ghasempour will give the first lecture at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4.

Pramod Viswanath joins the faculty, bringing expertise in wireless and blockchain technologies
Feb. 1, 2023

Pramod Viswanath, an information scientist and leader in wireless communication and blockchain technology, joined the Princeton faculty this academic year as the Forrest G. Hamrick Professor in Engineering and a professor of electrical and computer engineering.

EnCharge AI reimagines computing to meet needs of cutting-edge AI
Jan. 27, 2023

“EnCharge AI’s technology, based on the work of Naveen and his graduate students, is truly innovative and potentially transformative in enabling widespread use of AI,” said Andrea Goldsmith, dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical Engineering and member of the advisory board for EnCharge AI.

Senior Aneesha Manocha receives Churchill Scholarship for science policy
Jan. 23, 2023

Aneesha Manocha, a senior who plans to model macro-energy systems, has been selected as one of this year’s two Kanders Churchill Scholars.

New antennas and microchips help electronics blur the line between science and scifi
Jan. 23, 2023

In recent years, Sengupta’s lab has designed antenna arrays that help engineers make strides toward peering through matter,…

Innovative security framework wins grad student best paper award
Jan. 18, 2023

A machine learning framework that detects security vulnerabilities without the computational overhead of conventional models won the best paper award at the 2022 IEEE International Conference on Trust, Privacy and Security in Intelligent Systems and Applications, in December.