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Congratulations to Professor Narayan Mandayam for winning the Peter D. Cherasia Faculty Scholar Award!

Presented by the Rutgers School of Engineering, the Cherasia Award was established by Peter. D Cherasia, a Rutgers ECE Alumnus, to recognize and foster excellence in teaching and scholastic activity in highly quantitative and computational aspects of engineering research related to financial issues. The Cherasia Award will provide Professor Mandayam up to $...

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Congratulations to Professor Dario Pompili for winning the prestigious 2011 NSF Career Award!

Professor Dario Pompili, Assistant Professor of ECE and Director of the Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) Laboratory, has won the prestigious NSF Career Award for the project "Investigating Fundamental Problems for Underwater Multimedia Communication with Application to Ocean Exploration ". This is a five-year grant and the award amount...

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Congratulations to Moustafa AbdelBaky for receiving the prestigious and highly competitive IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Award!

Moustafa AbdelBaky is pursuing his Ph.D. under the guidance of Professor Manish Parashar and is a member of the Center for Autonomic Computing and the Applied Software Systems Laboratory. His research is focused on developing an infrastructure to provide HPC as-a-service (HPC Clouds) for...

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Dr. Jeffery S. Walling joined the ECE faculty as a tenure track assistant professor, starting in Spring 2011.

Dr. Walling received the B.S. degree from the University of South Florida, Tampa, in 2000, and the M.S. and Ph. D. degrees from the University of Washington, Seattle, in 2005 and 2008, respectively. Prior to starting his graduate education he was employed at Motorola, Plantation, FL working in cellular handset development. He interned for...

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BALTIMORE, Jan. 31, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) has named Nicholas G. Paraskevopoulos vice president of engineering for the company's Electronic Systems sector.

In his new position, Dr. Paraskevopoulos will have executive responsibility for the sector's engineering organization, and will work to optimize program performance, customer satisfaction and shareholder value.

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Each year the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers recommends a select group of recipients to receive the IEEE's most prestigious honors. This year the IEEE Board of Directors has named Professor Eduardo Sontag, the recipient of the 2011 IEEE Control Systems Award for "fundamental contributions to nonlinear systems theory and nonlinear feedback control".

Dr. Sontag is an IEEE Fellow. His research interests include...

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In its November 2010 meeting, the Board of Directors of IEEE has conferred the grade of IEEE Fellow upon Professor Roy Yates of the ECE Department "for contributions to wireless network resource allocation".

According to IEEE, "the grade of IEEE Fellow recognizes unusual distinction in the profession, and shall be conferred only by invitation of the Board of Directors upon a person of outstanding and extraordinary qualifications...

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In its November 2010 meeting, the Board of Directors of IEEE has conferred the grade of IEEE Fellow upon Professor Manish Parashar of the ECE Department "for contributions to parallel and distributed computing".

According to IEEE, "the grade of IEEE Fellow recognizes unusual distinction in the profession, and shall be conferred only by invitation of the Board of Directors upon a person of outstanding and extraordinary...

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Professor Manish Parashar is among the recipients of the 2010 IBM Faculty Award!

Highly competitive applicants from around the world vie for the prestigious IBM Faculty Award. This award recognizes outstanding faculty and promotes innovative and collaborative research in disciplines of mutual interest between IBM and university faculty. Dr. Parashar’s award will support his research on "autonomic data management for data-intensive application workflows...

As reported in Technology Review a Winlab team of researchers led by Professor Marco Gruteser and Professor Wade Trappe, mounted ultrasonic distance sensors on the passenger side doors of vehicles. Using data collected over two months as the drivers commuted through Highland Park, NJ, the researchers developed an algorithm that translated the ultrasonic distance readings into a count of available parking spaces that was 95 percent accurate. By combining this with...