Tag: Johns Hopkins University

Botong Qiu wins award to attend the 2018 GERA Energy Workshop

February 22, 2018

Botong Qiu, a PhD candidate studying under Professor Susanna Thon, has been awarded $500 in travel funds to attend the 2018 Topical Group on Energy Research and Applications (GERA) Workshop. This annual event takes place on the Sunday before the American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting. The theme for this year’s workshop is “The Future […]

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Article written by professors Charbel Rizk and Amy Foster chosen for cover of APL Photonics

February 13, 2018

  Professor Charbel Rizk and Professor Amy Foster’s paper, titled End-Fire Silicon Optical Phased Array with Half-Wavelength Spacing has been selected to be featured on the cover of APL Photonics. In the paper, the researchers experimented with a one-dimensional OPA device on an integrated silicon photonic platform capable of edge emission of light. Through their experiments, they […]

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Longtime ECE collaborator Kim Strohbehn passes away from bone cancer

January 25, 2018

Kim Strohbehn, who turned a childhood interest in the space program into a longtime career as a senior professional engineer at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, died Sunday from bone cancer at Sinai Hospital. The Ellicott City resident was 64. Recruited out of graduate school, Dr. Strohbehn joined APL in 1979, […]

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ECE Alum Alyssa Apsel named director for ECE at Cornell University

January 11, 2018

Alyssa Apsel has been named the next director of Cornell University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department. The five-year appointment will start on July 1, 2018. Apsel joined the faculty in the ECE department at Cornell University in 2002. Read more about her appointment on Cornell Engineering.

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Q&A: Dewane Daley

December 20, 2017

Dewane Daley received his master’s degree in electrical engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 1994. He remembers his time at Johns Hopkins fondly and is thankful for the support he received. Today, Dewane is especially pleased to see the increased diversity amongst the faculty and student body. He believes it has made the university even […]

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