Laser experiments reveal strange properties of superfluids

Princeton University electrical engineers are using lasers to shed light on the behavior of superfluids -- strange, frictionless liquids that are difficult to create and study. Their technique allows them to simulate experiments that are difficult or impossible to conduct with superfluids.

Suckewer wins Schawlow Prize for laser research

The American Physical Society has selected Szymon Suckewer, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and co-director of the Program in Plasma Science and Technology, to receive the 2007 Arthur Schawlow Prize in Laser Science.

Student sows seeds of community-helping technology in Africa

Since her arrival at Princeton, junior Ishani Sud has made a difference by thinking inside the box. Not just any box, but rather a solar-powered oven she designed her freshman year with classmate Lauren Wang, under the guidance of Wole Soboyejo, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.

Engineering students honor superb teachers

The student Engineering Council last week bestowed Excellence in Teaching Awards on seven School of Engineering faculty members and two graduate students.

LEADERSHIP IN A TECHNOLOGICAL WORLD: David Crane, The Truth About Carbon Emissions

David Crane, the chief executive officer and president of NRG Energy, discusses technologies and policies he says are crucial for reducing greenhouse gases.

Faculty members recognized for outstanding teaching

The School of Engineering and Applied Science has named 27 faculty members to its Commendation List for Outstanding Teaching for the spring 2006 semester. Professors named to the list are those who received the highest scores on student evaluations for undergraduate and graduate courses.

Computing association names Mackey 'Outstanding Undergraduate' for 2007

The Computing Research Association has named Lester Mackey, a senior majoring in computer science, one of two winners of the association's 2007 Outstanding Undergraduate Award, sponsored this year by Microsoft Research.

PlanetLab: a new model for planetary-scale computing services

At the Wednesday, November 15 Lunch 'n Learn seminar, Computer Science Professor and Chair Larry Peterson discussed PlanetLab, an open platform for developing, deploying, and accessing planetary scale internet services.

Energy executive urges bolder action on global warming

The truth about carbon emissions in the United States is far more than inconvenient, it's terrifying, David Crane, the chief executive officer and president of NRG Energy, told a standing-room-only crowd Dec. 5 at Princeton.

Computer science students win Marshall scholarships

Computer science major Tianhui (Michael) Li is one of four students at Princeton, and 43 across the nation, who have been awarded 2007 Marshall Scholarships for graduate study in England.

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