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The Longuet-Higgins Prize is an award given annually by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), for 'fundamental contributions in Computer Vision'.

The award recognizes CVPR papers from ten years past that have made a fundamental impact on computer vision research. The medal is named after theoretical chemist and cognitive scientist H. Christopher...

ECE alumnus, Xiaolin Li has been awarded the prestigious NSF CAREER award for his proposal titled "SMART: Scalable Adaptive Runtime Management Algorithms and Toolkit for Large-Scale Dynamic Scientific Applications," which is focused on integrating computation, communication, data, I/O, and energy considering in managing large scientific applications on high-end computing systems.

Dr. Xiaolin Li graduated from the Department of...

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From left to right: Nitish Thatte (MAE), Grant Imahara of Mythbusters TV show, Michael Koval (ECE) and Alex Weiner (ECE)

The Vex Robotics College Challenge World Championship is a gathering of top college robotics teams from around the world to celebrate their...

The Engineering Governing Council awarded the 2009 Excellence in Teaching Award to Professor Christopher Rose for excellence in teaching in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Professor Rose also received this award in 2005 and 2008.

The Center for Autonomic Computing (CAC) at Rutgers University is collaborating with Microsoft to accelerate real-world parallel and distributed applications on the Windows HPC Server 2008 platform.

For example, as part of this effort, students at at CAC are working with industry partners to enable the rapid parallel processing of large amounts of data, such as molecular data used by pharmaceutical companies, and have developed...

Professor Marco Gruteser has received the National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (NSF CAREER) Award to study techniques to enhance wireless location privacy in client devices such as smartphones.

He will be developing models to estimate location tracking risks in location-based applications and wireless systems. These models complement existing models for transactional database records and can be used to guide...

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Dr. Shantenu Jha joined the ECE faculty as a tenure track assistant professor in Spring 2011.

Dr. Jha obtained his PhD in 2004 from Syracuse University and before that he obtained his M.Sc from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi in 1994. He was a Research Fellow at University College London for 4 years where he started his work in Grid Computing. Before coming to Rutgers, he was an Assistant Research Professor of Computer...

Aliye Ozge Kaya, a Rutgers ECE Ph.D. student and a member of WINLAB, Professor Mung Chiang from Princeton University and Professor Wade Trappe from Rutgers ECE and WINLAB have won a best paper award at GLOBECOM 2009, in Honolulu, HI. GLOBECOM is the flagship conference of the IEEE Communications Society. Their paper, entitled "P2P-ISP Cooperation: Risks and Mitigation in Multiple-ISP Networks," was selected as the best paper from the Next-Generation Networking and Internet Symposium, a track...

Each year the IEEE Fellow Committee recommends a select group of recipients for one of the Institute's most prestigious honors, elevation to IEEE Fellow.

Professor Yicheng Lu, Chair of our Department announced the honor and said "It is my great pleasure to advise that at its November 2009 meeting, Dr. Jian H. Zhao of our Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, has been elevated to IEEE Fellow, effective January 1, 2010,...

Xiaojun Tang, an ECE Graduate Research Fellow and a Ph.D. student supervised by Prof. Predrag Spasojevic at WINLAB, ECE Department, Rutgers University, received the Best Student Paper Award sponsored by Wiley Blackwell Publishing at the IEEE 70th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC) in Anchorage, Alaska, USA, September 20, 2009.

VTC is the flagship conference of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society. The paper, entitled "Multi-...