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Professor Volker Sorger wins the 2016 Outstanding Young Researcher Award

April 08, 2016
Prof. Volker Sorger is an outstanding researcher, scholar, and entrepreneur who has laid solid foundations for a distinguished career. His research focuses on nanoscale opto-electronic device innovations leading to revolutionary performance in light-matter-interactions, switching and data processing.
Shahrokh Ahmadi

Professor Shahrokh Ahmadi wins the 2016 Distinguished Teacher Award

April 08, 2016
Prof. Shahrokh Ahmadi has been an exemplary educator and mentor, winning over students and peers with his complete engagement in his classes and the undergraduate student community.
Shuai Sun

ECE student Shuai Sun wins at GW Research Days

April 07, 2016
Research Days invites GW undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students to showcase their work and compete for prize money at the 21st Annual Research Days.
R&D Showcase

ECE students win at the SEAS 2016 R&D Showcase

March 18, 2016
The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) celebrated its 10th annual SEAS Research & Development Showcase.

Prof. Zaghloul and collaborators secure a $2 million competitive award

January 28, 2016
The award duration is for four years and titled “Ambulatory Sensor Arrays for Real-Life Monitoring of Pediatric Patients with Asthma".
AFOSR

Profs. El-Ghazawi, Sorger and Narayana win an AFOSR grant

November 05, 2015
The grant is titled "Dynamically Adaptive Hybrid Nanoplasmonic Network on Chips" from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
Ahmed Louri

Ahmed Louri installed in Karlgaard Professorship

September 14, 2015
Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering joined GW faculty in August.

Prof. Subramaniam Named IEEE Fellow

December 22, 2014

Suresh Subramaniam has been elevated to the grade of IEEE Fellow (Class of 2015) for his research contributions.

Prof. El-Ghazawi Receives NIST Cooperative Agreement

September 16, 2014
Prof. Tarek El-Ghazawi has received a NIST cooperative agreement, with initial funding of $125,000 for the first year, for the project “A Scalable Heterogeneous Architecture for Big Data.”

Professor Howie Huang Wins NSF CAREER Award

January 15, 2014
Professor Howie Huang of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award for his research on hardware error resilient virtualization infrastructure.

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