Tag: Stanford University School of Engineering

Debbie Senesky

Debbie Senesky receives the 2018 Emerging Leader Abie Award

by Ashley Boney on August 14, 2018 4:30 pm
DEBBIE SENESKY, assistant professor of aeronautics and astronautics, was recently awarded the 2018 Emerging Leader Abie Award by AnitaB.org, a nonprofit supporting women in technology. The award honors the life and career of Denice Denton, the first female dean of a school of engineering at a major U.S. research university, and recognizes junior faculty members… Read more Debbie Senesky receives the 2018 Emerging Leader Abie Award
Thomas Kenny

Thomas Kenny wins the IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award

by Ashley Boney on July 27, 2018 4:30 pm
THOMAS KENNY, the Richard W. Weiland Professor and senior associate dean for student affairs in the School of Engineering, recently received the 2019 IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award for Emerging Technologies for the development and widespread commercialization of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) resonators for timing applications. The IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award recognizes recently discovered or invented… Read more Thomas Kenny wins the IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award
Andrea Goldsmith

Andrea Goldsmith receives the IEEE Eric E. Sumner Award

by Ashley Boney on July 18, 2018 4:30 pm
ANDREA GOLDSMITH, the Stephen Harris Professor in the School of Engineering and professor of electrical engineering, has been awarded the Eric E. Sumner Award by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for her outstanding contributions to wireless technology. The award, established in 1995, recognizes significant technological advancements in the communications field and Goldsmith… Read more Andrea Goldsmith receives the IEEE Eric E. Sumner Award
Competition to build cybersecurity expertise

Holy hackers! Stanford team tries to change Gotham City elections

by Tom Abate on July 1, 2018 1:59 pm
In a competition meant to build and hone skills to discover, triage and mitigate cybersecurity vulnerabilities, Stanford Engineering’s Applied Cybersecurity Club recently beat out nine other teams to win first place in the National Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition in Rochester, New York. The national competition challenged 10 collegiate teams, all winners of previous regional contests,… Read more Holy hackers! Stanford team tries to change Gotham City elections
German president and first lady

President Marc Tessier-Lavigne welcomes German president to campus

by Donna Lovell on June 20, 2018 4:22 pm
Stanford President MARC TESSIER-LAVIGNE welcomed German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and his wife, Elke Büdenbender, to campus Tuesday when the pair arrived to attend a symposium organized by electrical engineering Professor BERND GIROD. After a stroll through Memorial Court, Tessier-Lavigne held a short meeting with the German president and first lady and members of the Stanford… Read more President Marc Tessier-Lavigne welcomes German president to campus
David Barnett

David Barnett wins the 2018 Drucker Medal

by Ashley Boney on May 22, 2018 3:33 pm
DAVID BARNETT, professor emeritus of materials science and engineering and of mechanical engineering, was recently named a recipient of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) 2018 Drucker Medal for his contributions to the field of applied mechanics and mechanical engineering. Established in 1997, the Drucker Medal recognizes excellence in research, teaching and service to… Read more David Barnett wins the 2018 Drucker Medal
Kenneth Goodson

Kenneth Goodson receives the inaugural Richard Chu ITherm Award

by Ashley Boney on May 2, 2018 2:03 pm
KENNETH GOODSON, the Davies Family Provostial Professor and the Robert Bosch Chairman of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has received the inaugural Richard Chu ITherm Award for his contributions to thermal management of semiconductor circuits, systems and devices. The award, formerly known as the ITherm Achievement Award, recognizes achievements in the science and art of… Read more Kenneth Goodson receives the inaugural Richard Chu ITherm Award
Stanford Engineering Heros

Four leaders in their fields named as Stanford Engineering Heroes

by Andrew Myers on April 29, 2018 2:54 pm
A chip designer who transformed the video gaming industry, a couple who pioneered computer science study and an astronaut who broke down barriers are among the Stanford Engineering Heroes for 2017-18. The Engineering Heroes program, which began in 2010, recognizes the contributions of distinguished alumni and faculty emeriti of the School of Engineering. Past winners… Read more Four leaders in their fields named as Stanford Engineering Heroes
Andrea Goldsmith

Andrea Goldsmith receives ACM Athena Lecturer Award

by Ashley Boney on April 18, 2018 12:19 pm
ANDREA GOLDSMITH, the Stephen Harris Professor and professor of electrical engineering, recently received the ACM Athena Lecturer Award. Started in 2006, the award by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) recognizes female  researchers who have made significant contributions to computer science. Goldsmith received the award for her research in the design, analysis and fundamental performance… Read more Andrea Goldsmith receives ACM Athena Lecturer Award
Kunle Olukotun

Kunle Olukotun receives the Harry H. Goode Memorial Award

by Ashley Boney on March 13, 2018 3:20 pm
  KUNLE OLUKOTUN, the Cadence Design Systems Professor and professor of electrical engineering and of computer science, recently received the IEEE Computer Society’s 2018 Harry H. Goode Memorial Award. The award honors outstanding achievements in the information processing field and recognizes singular and accumulated contributions to the theory, design and practice of computer and information… Read more Kunle Olukotun receives the Harry H. Goode Memorial Award