The School of Engineering and Applied Science has honored power electronics expert Minjie Chen for early-career excellence in research and teaching. He is one of six assistant professors to receive a junior faculty award this year. Each recipient will receive $50,000 to support their research.
The Graduate School has selected two Princeton ECE graduate students for honorific fellowships in the 2022-2023 academic year. Lila Rodgers won a Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship; Vikash Sehwag won a Charlotte Elizabeth Procter Fellowship.
Working with Intel, Google, and colleagues at Dartmouth College, Princeton researchers have completely redesigned the technology for powering high-performance computers, resulting in systems that increase power delivery 10 times beyond the current state of the art.
This year’s engineering school Innovation Research Grants are funding efforts to secure underwater communications, make reinforcement learning more observable, and use the mouse brain to build better sensors. This year’s 19 awards, five of which go to ECE-affiliated faculty, total more than $1.9 million.
Three ECE students — seniors Nicole Meister and Linda Pucurimay and second-year graduate student Sophia Yoo — have won graduate research fellowships from the National Science Foundation. Each fellowship comes with five years of professional development support and three years of funding, including an annual $34,000 stipend and $12,000 cost of education allowance.
A project to make better and brighter augmented-reality (AR) systems, led by ECE researchers, has been selected for financial support from Princeton’s Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund.
Two new interdisciplinary research projects led by ECE faculty have won seed funding from Princeton University’s Schmidt DataX Fund, marking the third round of grants undertaken by the fund since 2019. The fund, supported through a major gift from the Schmidt Futures Foundation, provides grants to explore using artificial intelligence and…
Physicist Rodrick Kuate Defo has received a Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship to study the theoretical underpinnings of quantum optical devices.
The National Science Foundation has granted Yasaman Ghasempour a CAREER Award, part of its Faculty Early Career Development Program that supports junior faculty who exemplify leadership in education and research. The award is the NSF’s most prestigious recognition of early-career academic scientists and engineers and comes with more than $500,000 in research funding over five years.
Combining questions about a person’s health with data from smartwatch sensors, a new app developed using research at Princeton University can predict within minutes whether someone is infected with COVID-19.