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Ephremides speaks at Princeton EE commencement event

Ephremides speaks at Princeton EE commencement event

Distinguished University Professor and Cynthia Kim Eminent Professor of Information Technology Anthony Ephremides (ECE/ISR) was the guest speaker at a Princeton University Electrical Engineering Department breakfast reception and ceremony. The May 30 commencement event honored the department's 2016 Masters and Ph.D. recipients. Dr. Ephremides earned his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University in 1971.

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June 1, 2016


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