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|Ali Jadbabaie Named the Alfred Fitler Moore Professor in Network Science|
Penn Engineering is pleased to announce Ali Jadbabaie as the Alfred Fitler Moore Professor in Network Science in the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering. Jadbabaie joined Penn Engineering in July 2002 as assistant professor in ESE, and holds secondary appointments as professor in Penn Engineering in CIS and in The Wharton School in the Department of Operations and Information Management.
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|Nanoantennas Improve Infrared Sensing|
A team led by Ertugrul Cubukcu, assistant professor of Materials Science and Engineering, has used a pattern of nanoantennas to develop a new way of turning infrared light into mechanical action, opening the door to more sensitive infrared cameras and more compact chemical-analysis techniques. The advantage to this approach is that it could reduce the footprint of an infrared sensing device to something that would fit on a disposable silicon chip.
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|TitanArm Receives First Place at 2013 Intel Cornell Cup|
Team Titan returned to Penn Engineering the First Place winners of the 2013 Intel Cornell Cup. Team members are Elizabeth Beattie, a senior in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics (MEAM), Nick McGill, a senior majoring in both MEAM and Electrical and Systems Engineering, Nick Parrotta, a senior in MEAM, and Niko Vladimirov, a senior in MEAM.
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|UPennalizers Receive First Place at RoboCup U.S. Open|
The UPennalizers returned to Penn Engineering the winners of the 2013 RoboCup U.S. Open held in Maine. Team members include undergrads Alan Aquino (CMPE); Sarah Dean and Dickens He (EE); Tatenda Mushonga (MEAM); and robotics master's students Richa Agrawal, Samarth Brahmbhatt, Vibhavari Dasagi, and Aditya Sreekumar. The team is advised by Dan Lee, professor of ESE and director of the GRASP Lab.