Senior design team wins the 2018 FAA RAISE award
Two Penn Engineering Professors Receive Young Investigator Program Awards from the Office of Naval Research
Two Penn Engineering Professors Named 2018 ACM Fellows
Penn Engineering Professor Awarded NASA Grant to Improve Satellite Communication
At New College House, Small Self-Driving Cars Race Each Other
Alexa Spagnola: Making Connections at the ITBA Lab
Alexa Spagnola is a sophomore studying electrical engineering who took part in the Renewable Energy global service learning program in Argentina this past summer. The program involves a semester-long survey of the technical and cultural knowledge necessary to prepare students for a three-week service trip to Buenos Aires. There, they work alongside students at the Instituto Technológico […]
Penn Engineering Groups Awarded NSF Grants to Work Toward ‘Quantum Leap’
One group will design robust, integrated quantum memory devices based on defects in diamond, and the other group will develop materials to encode and decode quantum information in single photons. These technologies will be part of the safest and most secure information network ever seen.
Kenneth Laker Named to IEEE Technical Activities Board Hall of Honor
Kenneth Laker, professor in the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, has been named to the IEEE Technical Activities Board Hall of Honor.
Robert Ghrist Named Inaugural Faculty Co-Director of the Office of Penn First Plus Students
Robert Ghrist, the Andrea Mitchell University Professor with appointments in Penn Engineering’s Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering and the Department of Mathematics in the School of Arts and Sciences, has been named an inaugural co-director of the Office of Penn First Plus Students. The Office, established in the spring, is designed to to support first-generation […]
Deep Jariwala Named to ‘Nano Letters’ Early Career Advisory Board
The American Chemical Society’s journal Nano Letters features an Early Career Advisory Board. There, junior researchers provide new perspectives and insights to their more senior peers. Deep Jariwala, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, has been named one of the advisory board’s four new members.