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Cultivating Human-AI Synergy with Novel AI/ML Capabilities

Over the next four years, ECE Professor Tian Lan will be leading a $1.5 million project to tackle the challenging problem of decentralized preference elicitation and learning.

Dehghanian with fellow attendees of the NSF Workshop

Enhancing and Expanding Electricity Access

ECE Associate Professor Payman Dehghanian was among 40 participants invited to attend the NSF-sponsored workshop “Electricity Access and Sustainable Business Model Educators!”

Attendees of the N2Women event discussing

Supporting Underrepresented Women in the Fields of Networking and Communications

At the international symposium MobiHoc 2023, fifth-year Electrical and Computer Engineering Ph.D. student Jingdi Chen organized the N2Women event, “Charting Your Academic Journey: Wisdom from Women...

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Multidisciplinary Team from EEMI Works to Enhance GW's Expertise in Energy Technologies

In September 2023, four faculty members of the Environmental & Energy Management Institute were awarded a research grant from GW’s Cross-Disciplinary Research Fund to integrate and enhance GW’s...

Professors Suresh Subramaniam and Tian Lan

Advancing the Field of Networking Research

ECE Professors Suresh Subramaniam and Tian Lan helped coordinate MobiHoc 2023 being held in the University Student Center and Science & Engineering Hall from October 23 through 26, 2023.

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Professor David Nagel Comments on Cold Fusion's Scientific Comeback

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Research Professor David Nagel was featured in an article by Popular Science, “Cold fusion is making a scientific comeback.”

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Designing Next-generation Computing Architectures

In Spring 2023, Professor Ahmed Louri was awarded three new National Science Foundation awards to continue researching and designing next-generation computing architectures.

Professor Gina Adam

Investigating Entropy Oxide Memristors for Software-Equivalent Neuromorphic Computing

Dr. Gina Adam has received an NSF CAREER award to work on new materials and device designs for more reliable synaptic devices to support neuromorphic hardware in the future.

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U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Race-Conscious Admissions

Diversity of our student body remains a core value of the George Washington University and its School of Engineering & Applied Science (GW Engineering).

Dr. Suresh Subramaniam

Dr. Subramaniam Awarded for Years of Research on Optical Networking

Congratulations to Dr. Suresh Subramaniam on being awarded the 2022 Outstanding Technical Achievement Award by the Optical Networking Technical Committee of the IEEE Communications Society!