Interview of a distingushished former student Bikash Koley: Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Juniper Networks.
Team of Researchers from UMD, Duke, and Stanford Awarded $2 Million Dollar EFRI Grant to Study Quantum Communication Networks. In this project, the researchers will engineer silicon-chip traps and integrated photonic circuits to provide the core hardware for a scalable and efficient quantum communication network. August 16, 2017
Tiecheng Zhu completed his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in Spring 2017. He joined Bllomberg LP as Portfolio Calcluation Developer .
Yang Meng completed his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in Spring 2017. He joined Globalfoundries as a Senior Engineer.
PhD graduation ceremony of Tiecheng Zhu(left) and Yang Meng(right) with Prof. Dagenais(mid).
Yangyi Yao and Wei-Lun Hsu received Distinguished Teaching Assistant Award of 2017 at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of University of Maryland.
Tiecheng Zhu received 2nd place Best Student Poster Award at 2016 Summer Topicals Meeting Series of IEEE Photonics Society
Wei-Lun Hsu (left) and Yangyi Yao(right) received 2017 distingushed TA awards.
Pradip Gatkine received 2016 John Chi-linWang Award for Academic Excellence at Department of Astronomy of University of Maryland
Pradip Gatkine received Best Student Presentation at the conference of SPIE Astronomical Telescope + Instrumentatino in 2016
Tian Li completed her Ph .D.
degree in Electrical Engineering in Fall 2015. She became a Postdoctoral Researcher in Departement of Material Science and Engineering of University of Maryland.
Professor Mario Dagenais (ECE) is the Co-Chair of the 6th Annual International Photonics and Optoelectronics Meeting (POEM 2013 (link is external)) in Wuhan, China from May 24-27, 2013.
Professor Mario Dagenais receives a research grant award from the Keck Foundation