Princeton’s electrical engineering program, started in 1889 as one of the first in the United States, remains at the forefront of the field, with research aimed at improving human health, energy and environmental systems, computing and communications, and security. Specific areas of research include the physics of semiconductors; electronic and optical devices; the design of computers and networks; materials science and nanotechnologies; algorithms and structures for information; and biological technologies.

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News

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    Engineering students recognize exceptional teachers and mentors

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    Can language models read the genome? This one decoded mRNA to make better vaccines.

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    Princeton IP Accelerator funding awarded to support promising new technologies

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    Faculty commended for outstanding teaching

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    Episode 1: Stanley Jordan Pulls Out All the Stops

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    Stanley Jordan, computer musician: “Composers & Computers” podcast is back

Events

  • April 24

    4:30 pm

    Toward Interpretable and Sustainable AI/ML