Two EE teams won awards at NYC Media Lab’s Annual Summit. Prof. Mesgarani’s team won the grand prize of $10,000!
Groups of Professors Kostic, Krishnaswamy and Zussman participate in the COSMOS summer research program for 10 NYC Teachers
Low-power chip unites lasers and frequency combs for the first time and can be powered by an AAA battery.
Under Professor Preindl’s leadership, the departments of electrical and mechanical engineering joined forces to help a new student team confront the problems of accelerating a 600-lb EV to high velocities.
Academia Sinica recognizes Professor Shih-Fu Chang for his contributions to the field of engineering at the academy’s biennial Convocation of Academicians held in early July.
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EE student Kaylo Littlejohn attempts to run the Moab 240 consecutive miles Endurance Run through the deserts of Utah.
Columbia’s Electrical Engineering Department is pleased to announce the academic faculty appointment of five PhD graduates and one PhD candidate.
This year’s EE and CE Graduate Student Orientation at Columbia’s historic Low Library was full of enthusiasm.
The paper considers cyberattacks on the power grid based on manipulating Internet-of-Things devices.