2004 News

Dec 21, 2004
Professor Healey Elected IEEE Fellow
Glenn Healey, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has been elected an IEEE Fellow for "contributions to the modeling and processing of multispectral and hyperspectral images."

Each year the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) recognizes a small fraction of its membership by election to Fellow grade in recognition of extraordinary achievement.

Dec 13, 2004
NSF Grants Early Career Development Award to Professor Chou
Pai Chou, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has been honored by the National Science Foundation with a Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER) for his research in embedded wireless sensing systems

The CAREER Award is NSF’s most prestigious commendation for new faculty members, recognizing the early career development activities of scholars most likely to become the academic leaders of the 21st century. CAREER awardees are selected on the basis of creative, career-development plans that effectively integrate research and education within the context of the mission of their institution.

Dec 13, 2004
Professor Kurdahi Elected 2005 IEEE Fellow
Fadi J. Kurdahi, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has been elected an IEEE fellow for "contributions to design automation of digital systems and to reconfigurable computing."
Dec 9, 2004
Professor Kim Receives IEEE Tsutomu Kanai Award

Kim recognized for advancing real-time distributed computing

Nov 15, 2004
Samueli School Presents Annual Highlights From 2003-2004
The past year brought about many key advances, highlighted by the growth in faculty, grants and research expenditures.  Read on to learn more about the Henry Samueli School of Engineering
Nov 9, 2004
Professor Kim Elected President of the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association

Kane Kim, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has been elected President of the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA). KSEA has 2,000 members and has been active for more than 30 years.

Professor Kim is currently the President-elect for the July 2004 - June 2005 term and will serve as President over the July 2005 - June 2006 term. Kim plans to host the 2005 USA - Korea Conference on Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship (UKC) in August 2005 on the UCI campus.

Nov 1, 2004
UC Irvine receives NASA/JPL Contract to Pinpoint Mars Landings within 100 Meters
Oct 25, 2004
Professor Atluri Publishes "The Meshless Method (MLPG) For Domain & BIE Discretizations"

Oct 18, 2004
UC Irvine Scientists Develop World's Longest Electrically Conducting Nanotubes

Sep 30, 2004
Samueli School Welcomes Inaugural Class of Computer Science and Engineering Majors

The Henry Samueli School is pleased to welcome the inaugural class of

Sep 30, 2004
The Henry Samueli School of Engineering Welcomes Three New Faculty Members

It is with

Sep 29, 2004
2004-2005 Incoming Graduate Class Larger and More Diverse

As the 2004-2005 academic year commences, The Henry Samueli School of Engineering welcomes another burgeoning class of students. The school looks forward to an exciting year ahead. Our students reflect the diversity that leads to an enriching learning and research environment. In the new class, sixteen states are represented, with students coming from the East Coast, Mid West, South, and West Coast of the United States. Sixteen countries are also represented, with students from China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Korea, Lebanon, India, Iran, Spain, Turkey, Russia and Venezuela comprising the new class. These demographics exemplify that The Henry Samueli School of Engineering truly is an international center for learning and research.

Aug 23, 2004
Yi Jiang Receives Presentation Award at the 2004 Gordon Research Conference

Aug 8, 2004
Professor de Figueiredo Honored at IEEE Conference

Aug 2, 2004
EECS Graduate student wins IEEE Fellowship

Pedram Z. Dashti, a graduate student in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department, was recently awarded a $5,000 IEEE Lasers and Electro Optic Society (LEOS) fellowship. The annual award is based on research achievements of graduate students working in the field of electro-optic, lasers, photonics, or closely related fields.

Jul 27, 2004
Professor Daniel Gajski receives award for "ICS Mentor of the Year"

Jul 19, 2004
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Students Receive Best Poster Awards

Jul 13, 2004
Biomedical Engineering Professor to Chair the Micro- and Nano- Biotechnology Section of Upcoming IEEE Conference

Abraham "Abe" Lee, Pr

Jul 8, 2004
Body Electric: an Exhibit by Professor Simon Penny

Jul 7, 2004
Professor Tsai Paper Published in Virtual Journal


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