• Maurizio Porfiri

    Maurizio Porfiri

    Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, was the featured speaker at the 3rd H2CU Conference Roma-New York: International Academic Cooperation.

  • Avi Ulman

    Avi Ulman

  • Stephen Arnold

    Stephen Arnold

  • Kang Xi

    Kang Xi

    Kang Xi, industry associate professor, H. Jonathan Chao, head, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Chaoyi Guo ’10ECE, received the Best Paper Award for “Recovery from Shared Risk Link Group Failures Using IP Fast Reroute” at the 19th International Conference on Computer and Communication Networks 2010 in Zurich, Switzerland.  

  • Vladimir Tsifrinovich

    Vladimir Tsifrinovich

    Vladimir Tsifrinovich, lecturer, Physics, co-authored a book, “Magnetic Resonanace Force Microscopy and a Single-Spin Measurement.” Tsifrinovich is advising Thomas Fan, who gave a talk on “Microstrip Resonator as a Measuring Device for the Single Molecule Magnet” for the international Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS).

  • Jonathan Soffer

    Jonathan Soffer

    Jonathan Soffer, associate professor, Humanities and Social Sciences, has written a book on the turbulent years of Ed Koch’s mayoralty titled “Ed Koch and the Rebuilding of New York City.” The book has garnered the praise of several noted critics including Benjamin Schwarz, The Atlantic’s literary and national editor, who calls it “…bracing reading in a new era of straitened circumstances and subdued civic ambition.”

  • Zhong-Ping Jiang

    Zhong-Ping Jiang

    Zhong-Ping Jiang, professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, addressed the 2010 Chinese Control Conference’s panel on “Frontiers in Systems and Control” in Beijing. He also served as co-chair for the pre-conference workshops. 

  • Yi-Chen Chiang

    Yi-Chen Chiang

    Yi-Chen Chiang, associate professor, Computer Science and Engineering, was awarded a three-year, $300,000 grant from the Department of Energy for his collaborative research project, “An Information-Theoretic Framework for Enabling Extreme-Scale Science Discovery.” Co-collaborators are Ohio State University and the Argonne National Laboratory, and the total amount of the grant is $1.2M.

  • George Bugliarello

    George Bugliarello

    George Bugliarello, president-emeritus and institute professor, delivered a lecture to a group of foreign associates of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London. The lecture focused on the national academy’s international programs.

  • Stephen Arnold

    Stephen Arnold

    Stephen Arnold, the Thomas Potts Professor of Physics and University Professor of Chemistry and Physics, entered into an interdisciplinary collaboration with the bio-engineering department at the University of Michigan and reported the operation of a bio-inspired laser in the prestigious “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.” The laser uses energy transfer in DNA as a medium for precisely and efficiently shifting the frequency of laser radiation from a Whispering Gallery Mode resonator.