Penn Electric Racing (PER), a team of about 60 students at the University of Pennsylvania, is designs and builds electric speedsters to race in the Formula SAE Electric competition in Lincoln, Nebraska and in Formula North in Barrie, Ontario, each year.

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2022 CAREER Award Recipient: Pratik Chaudhari

NSF CAREER Award recipient Pratik Chaudhari, Assistant Professor in Electrical and Systems Engineering & Computer and Information Science, will use the grant to continue his research on making machine learning more efficient and more widely applicable. Read More.

Penn, Purdue, UC Merced and UF Partner on $26M NSF Engineering Research Center for the Internet of Things for Precision Agriculture

The National Science Foundation, through a 5-year, $26 million grant, has established the NSF Engineering Research Center for the Internet of Things for Precision Agriculture (IoT4Ag), headquartered at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering and Applied Science. Read More

Deep Jariwala Awarded Young Scientist Prize in Semiconductors from IUPAP

Deep Jariwala, Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Systems Engineering, has been awarded the 2022 Young Scientist Prize in Semiconductors from the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). READ MORE

Penn Engineers Create Chip that Can Process and Classify Nearly Two Billion Images Per Second

Penn Engineers have created the first scalable chip that classifies and recognizes images almost instantaneously. Firooz Aflatouni, Associate Professor in Electrical and Systems Engineering, along with postdoctoral fellow Farshid Ashtiani and graduate student Alexander J. Geers, have removed the four main time-consuming culprits in the traditional computer chip: the conversion of optical to electrical signals, the need for converting the input data to binary format, a large memory module, and clock-based computations. READ MORE

Penn Engineers Win 2022 Bell Labs Prize

The Bell Labs Prize awarded by Nokia Bell Labs is a yearly contest in which researchers from around the world submit proposals for “disruptive innovations that will define the next industrial revolution.” This year, Deep Jariwala and Troy Olsson, Associate Professors in the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, and Eric Stach, Robert D. Bent Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Director of the Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter, won the top prize for their development of a computer memory that would more efficiently handle the computational demands of data-intensive applications. READ MORE

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Two from Penn Named Distinguished Members of the Association for Computing Machinery

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Dani Smith Bassett Receives 2022-23 Heilmeier Award

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For ‘Spirit of Innovation,’ Three from Penn Named National Academy of Inventors Fellows

12.08.2022 | Read More

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ESE Fall Colloquium: “Electronics 5.0: New Materials and Devices for Edge Intelligence”

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ESE Fall Colloquium – “From Brains to Bandgaps: How Novel Materials Synthesis can provide New Semiconductor Platforms for Optoelectronics, Acoustics, Electronics and Neuromorphic Computation”

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Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE) is a rapidly growing department within Penn Engineering whose mission is focused on synthesis of devices and design theory underlying the interface between the material world and the information and work humans seek to exchange with it and each other.


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