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|Penn Engineering Launches PERCH|
Penn Engineering has launched PERCH, the Penn Engineering Research and Collaboration Hub, a new research facility in the forthcoming Pennovation Center. As the centerpiece of Pennovation Works, Penn's 23-acre hub for innovation, research and entrepreneurialism, the Pennovation Center advances Penn President Amy goals of impact outlined in the Penn Compact 2020
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|Daniel Koditschek and Ali Jadbabaie Named 2016 NSSEFF Winners|
Daniel Koditschek, Alfred Fitler Moore Professor, and Ali Jadbabaie, Alfred Fitler Moore Professor of Network Science, in Electrical and Systems Engineering, have been named to the 2016 class of National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellows by the Department of Defense (DoD). The program awards grants to top-tier researchers from U.S. universities to conduct long-term, unclassified, basic research of strategic importance to the Defense Department.
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|Three Penn Engineers Receive Inaugural President's Innovation Prize|
Penn Engineering seniors, William Duckworth, Sade Oba and Alfredo Muniz today were among the four undergraduates selected as the inaugural President's Innovation Prize recipients. Awarded annually, the Prize is intended to help Penn students design and undertake innovative, commercial ventures that make a positive difference in the world.
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|Penn Engineers Develop First Transistors Made Entirely of Nanocrystal 'Inks'|
In a study led by Cherie Kagan, Stephen J. Angello Professor in Electrical and Systems Engineering, Penn engineers have shown a new approach for making transistor fabrication devices: sequentially depositing their components in the form of liquid nanocrystal "inks." Their new study opens the door for electrical components to be built into flexible or wearable applications.