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Prof. Janne Lindqvist's work featured on "Engineering for Change" website
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Prof. Janne Lindqvist's work on the Hazard Tracker app appeared in  ...

Prof. Janne Lindqvist on NPR
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Prof. Lindqvist's Gesture Security work featured on RU-TV and many other news and media outlets
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Prof. Janne Lindqvist's interdisciplinary security work which was presented at MobiSys'14, the...

Elastic Pathing Research featured in IEEE Spectrum, Communications of the ACM, YouTube, Rutgers Today, and MIT Technology Review
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Prof. Janne Lindqvist's research shows that how fast you drive might reveal exactly where you...

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ECE Colloquium - May 4th Cancelled

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LATEST NEWS

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ECE faculty member, Dr. Kristin Dana, was the computer vision task leader on the RABIT bridge deck assessment tool developed by CAIT (Rutgers Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation) and the Federal Highway Administration. The project received the 2014 Charles Pankow Award for Innovation at the ASCE Opal Awards ceremony in Arlington, VA on March 20, 2014. The computer vision group included ECE graduate students Parneet Kaur and Prateek Prasanna.

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This award is an important opportunity for the Rutgers Engineering community to recognize the special achievements and contributions of its dedicated faculty members.

This is the second year in a row that an ECE Faculty received this award; Dr. Wade Trappe was recipient of the   2013 Outstanding Engineering Faculty Award.

Distinguished Alumni Award for Prof. Wade Trappe

Submitted by admin on March 21, 2014 - 9:35am
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Prof. Wade Trappe has been awarded the 2014 ECE Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Maryland. This prestigious award is presented annually to alumni who have provided leadership and meritorious contributions in the broad field of engineering.

There will be an award ceremony at UMD on May 9. Congratulations to Prof. Trappe.

Prof. Janne Lindqvist's interview with Rutgers Today now on YouTube

Submitted by admin on March 13, 2014 - 6:33pm



The Rutgers Today interview with Prof. Janne Lindqvist has been posted on YouTube. Prof. Lindqvist discusses how mobile phones track your location. Professor Janne Lindqvist, with the help of his students, has developed a new privacy mobile application that lets you know when you are being tracked and which apps are doing the tracking. Watch how you can protect your mobile privacy.

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Rutgers' ECE Professor Shantenu Jha is part of the UCL-Rutgers team that has recently published a paper titled, "Computing Clinically Relevant Binding Free Energies of HIV-1 Protease Inhibitors".   Recognizing the impact and implications of this research, BBC News (Science & Environment) have published an article about the applications and