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  • Stanford School of Engineering | Engineering
    Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Previous Pause Next What does the future look like Stanford School of Engineering charts a vision for the future Read More Self healing material could lead to artificial muscle Researchers create polymer that can stretch to 100 times its original length Read More Can computer science light up world with knowledge Team develops tools to create more Wikipedia articles in more languages Read More Stanford School of Engineering Printer friendly version Engineering News Ada Poon How miniaturized electronic devices can be used as medical therapeutics Inspired by personal experience an engineer pioneers the development of electroceuticals that can dispense treatments or monitor functions deep Zhenan Bao On a quest to develop artificial skin A team of engineers explore how a new kind of wearable electronics could restore sensation to people with prosthetic limbs How effective data visualizations let users have a conversation with data Stanford s Maneesh Agrawala and Dave Deriso share trends and tools for communicating complex quantitative information visually Shan Wang How magnetic nanoparticles can be used as medical sensors

    Original URL path: http://engineering.stanford.edu/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Stanford Engineering Alumni | Engineering
    Microscopic Rake Doubles Efficiency of Low cost Solar Cells Solar cells made with the tiny rake double the efficiency of cells made without it Stanford Engineering Alumni Home Alumni We Love Our Alums Stanford engineers are a diverse community of more than 53 000 innovative influential professionals They shape the future of technology business medicine the environment and many other endeavors Engineers change the world for the better Alumni Relations offers a broad range of services including career resources educational opportunities intellectual programs and events Strength in Numbers Engineering alums account for fully a quarter of all Stanford alumni An incredibly large number of you nearly 37 percent stayed right here in Silicon Valley More numbers below 53 546 Stanford Engineering alumni 19 763 Engineering alumni in the Bay Area 6 198 Engineering alumni outside the United States 850 Estimated number of engineering alumni who have founded companies Stay Connected Alumni eNews Subscribe to the monthly alumni e mail for updates on the faculty research school news alumni events and professional development To subscribe simply update your email address with the Stanford Alumni Association Non engineering Stanford alumni can subscribe by sending an email to engineering alumni stanford edu Stanford Engineering on LinkedIn It s open only to members of the Stanford Engineering community faculty students alumni and staff and it s already 6 000 strong Share your news network join the conversation Stanford Engineering LinkedIn Group Stanford Alumni Association SAA Sign in or create a new account to Keep track of friends Reconnect with old classmates Network and jumpstart your career Printer friendly version Alumni Get involved Alumni Career Resources Department News Support Stanford Engineering Contact Us Engineering Alumni Relations engineering alumni stanford edu 650 723 7776 Engineering News How the shape and structure of nanoparticles affects energy storage

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  • Get Involved | Engineering
    Engineering Civil Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Get Involved Home Alumni Get involved Volunteering your time is a great way to share your love of engineering and science with others The school and the university offer several opportunities to give back including the Beyond the Farm program s global day of service Pictured above engineering alumna Shruthi Baskaran far right and other members of the Class of 2012 left to right Jack Trotter Shira Averbuch and Ashley Buckner paint a playhouse during this year s event Elementary School Outreach This one day event held each spring exposes fourth and fifth graders to the world of science and engineering through hands on workshops and competitions To help run a workshop or assist in other ways contact the Society of Women Engineers Graduate Peer Advisor Program Help introduce engineering undergraduates to the professional world To participate contact Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Noe Lozano Mechanical Engineering Women s Group

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  • Student Portal | Engineering
    Undergraduates The Research Experience for Undergraduates REU program helps undergraduate engineering students get involved in advanced research projects over the summer by providing opportunities and resources for students to work with faculty members and their research groups Contact your department for specific details Engineering Diversity Programs The School of Engineering invests in a broad range of recruitment and retention programs geared towards increasing the breadth and diversity of engineering Go to the EDP site for information on the Summer Session Grant Additional Calculus for Engineers program Opportunity Job Fair Graduate Professional and Peer Advising program and other programs of interest to future incoming and current students Global Engineering Programs The Global Engineering Programs provides international programs specifically tailored to engineering students education The purpose of these programs is to enhance engineering education by providing students with an opportunity to learn about technology and engineering globally to build professional networks and to gain real world work experience in a culturally diverse and international environment while at the same time building relationships with top tier universities Check out gep stanford edu for program details Career Resources Get a head start on life after Stanford by making a connection to BEAM Bridging Education Ambition Meaningful Work you are encouraged to register during your frosh year to keep abreast of upcoming workshops career fairs and other offerings of interest BEAM offers invaluable career planning services but also can connect you with the perfect internship with alumni in your field of interest or with a summer job Printer friendly version As a graduate student in the Stanford School of Engineering your primary resource for guidance and information about academic requirements deadlines and procedures is your departmental student services manager Office of Student Affairs The Office of Student Affairs is located in the Dean s office in the School of Engineering Student Affairs works with our departments to make sure that graduate financial and academic policies are well understood and fairly implemented at the University School and department level and to develop administrative support for all aspects of graduate education A graduate student s first line of communication is usually at the department level your advisor and your department student services office but please come to our office if there are questions or issues that need further explanation Graduate Student Policies and Procedures Degree requirements milestones tuition fees and many more vital pieces of information are contained in your departmental handbooks websites and in related University sites Most relevant for graduate students are the Stanford Bulletin the GAP Graduate Academic Policies and Procedures the Research Policy Handbook and the Registrar s Office Stanford s Gateway for New Graduate Students also provides a very useful compendium of services information and programs for continuing students as well as new Vice Provost for Graduate Education The Office of the VPGE works collaboratively across the university to enrich students academic experiences advancing diversity preparing leasers and positioning Stanford at the forefront of innovation in graduate education Engineering doctoral and master

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  • Areas of Study | Engineering
    MD PhD Program Chemical Engineering ChemE Fundamental knowledge and pioneering technologies in chemical science engineering Undergraduate degrees offered BS Minor Graduate degrees offered MS PhD Civil and Environmental Engineering CEE CE Design construction and management of sustainable buildings and infrastructure ENVEN Assess and develop solutions to environmental issues impacting the biosphere land water and air quality Undergraduate degrees offered CE BS CE BSH CE Minor ENVEN BS ENVEN BSH ENVEN Minor Graduate degrees offered MS Engineer PhD Programs within CEE Architectural Design Atmosphere Energy Construction Program Environmental Engineering Science Environmental Fluid Mechanics And Hydrology Structural Engineering Geomechanics Computer Science CS The science of computing in a wide ranging field of focus areas Undergraduate degrees offered CS BS CS BSH CS Minor Graduate degrees offered MS PhD Electrical Engineering EE Built on a foundation of physical science math computing technology Undergraduate degrees offered EE BS EE BSH EE Minor Graduate degrees offered MS Engineer PhD Management Science and Engineering MS E Plan design and implement complex economic and technological management systems Undergraduate degrees offered MGTSC BS MGTSC Minor Graduate degrees offered MS PhD Materials Science and Engineering MatSci Study the relation between the structure processing and properties of materials Undergraduate degrees offered MATSC BS MATSC Minor Graduate degrees offered MS PhD Mechanical Engineering ME Conceptualization analysis design and fabrication of mechanical devices processes and systems Undergraduate degrees offered ME BS ME BSH ME Minor Graduate degrees offered MS PhD Programs within Mechanical Engineering Biomechanical Engineering Product Design Flow Physics Computation Mechanics Computation Thermosciences Interdepartmental Interdisciplinary Majors Programs in Engineering Architectural Design AD Blending architectural design with cutting edge engineering technologies Undergraduate degrees offered ENGR BS ENGR BSH Biomechanical Engineering BME Integrates biology and clinical medicine with engineering mechanics and design Undergraduate degrees offered ENGR BS ENGR BSH Graduate degrees offered MS

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  • Academic Support & Resources | Engineering
    Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Academic Support Resources Home Student Portal Academic Support Resources Office of Student Affairs The Office of Student Affairs is located in the Dean s Office in the School of Engineering Huang 135 Come to us for help with any undergraduate school level policies or procedures from filing an academic petition to preparing for graduation Student Affairs also works with our departments to make sure that graduate financial and academic policies are well understood and fairly implemented at the University School and department level and to develop administrative support for all aspects of graduate education A graduate student s first line of communication is usually at the department level your advisor and your department student services office but please come to our office if there are questions or issues that need further explanation Undergraduate Student Services Administrator Darlene Lazar Assistant Dean for Graduate Affairs Sally Gressens Administrative Associate Nan Aoki Department Student Services Staff Each of our departments and programs has a dedicated Student Services staff to support undergraduate and graduate education The link below is to undergraduate programs department contacts but graduate students are

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  • International Students | Engineering
    graduate students should apply to their individual department programs Financial Aid Graduate financial aid is based entirely on merit Fellowships and other forms of assistance are included in the department s offer of admission and no separate application is required or accepted The university currently supports more than 180 engineering graduate financial aid funds and more than 65 Stanford Graduate Fellowships in engineering Many types of fellowships are available including some that support a particular area of study Some of our most successful international graduates have chosen to fund fellowships that offer others in their homelands the opportunities they have enjoyed at Stanford These include programs aimed at students from Mexico China Taiwan and the Middle East GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS To foster a global student body at Stanford Engineering and in many cases to honor their own educational experiences donors have created graduate fellowships that target students from specific global regions or countries including Mexico China Taiwan and parts of the Middle East These are based entirely on merit no application is required or accepted Some of these fellowships and their generous donors are listed below Mexico Claudio X Gonzalez Fellowship Claudio Gonzalez a Stanford chemical engineer is Chairman of the Board and Managing Director of Kimberly Clark de Mexico S A that country s largest consumer products company He s also served as a director for the parent company Kimberly Clark and on the boards of many other internationally known brands including Home Depot The fellowship aims to attract exceptional students from Mexico to Stanford and prepare them for leadership roles in society CONACYT Stanford Graduate Fellowships Established by CONACYT Mexican National Council of Science and Technology and Stanford University this fellowship is designed to attract talented students from Mexico to pursue graduate study in engineering at Stanford By doing so the university and CONACYT plan to promote cooperation among scientists and scholars in the United States and Mexico and help enhance the quality of the relationship among people from the two countries China Enlight Foundation Engineering Fellowship Trained as an engineer Yongping Duan is an inventor and entrepreneur who founded two of China s best known consumer electronics brands He and his wife Xin Liu a former journalist established the Enlight Foundation in 2005 to help students from China further their education The Enlight Foundation Engineering Fellowship at Stanford aids graduate students from the People s Republic of China with a special focus on graduates of Zhejiang University Renmin University and the University of Electronic Science and Technology Taiwan The Mr K K Lee Engineering Graduate Fellowship Fund Bowei Lee is CEO and chairman LCY Group a leading chemical company based in Taiwan Lee holds a master s degree in chemical engineering from MIT and an MBA from Stanford Two of his children Hendrick and Michelle are currently attending Stanford Lee created this fellowship in 2005 in honor of his father K K Lee who founded LCY Group formerly known as Lee Chang Yung Chemical Industry

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  • Career Resources | Engineering
    and Astronautics Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Career Resources Home Student Portal Career Resources It s not too soon to start planning for your career after Stanford These resources can help get you on the right track Career development Stanford BEAM Bridging Education Ambition Meaningful Work is a university wide resource to help you plan your transition from student to working professional The center provides support and a wide array of services including a jobs internships database one on one career counseling targeted workshops on campus events such as career fairs and employer interviews and a reference file service Career fairs Check out the list of student career fairs hosted throughout the year Opportunity Job Fair Entrepreneurship Stanford is renowned for fostering innovative technology ventures Following are some resources for the entrepreneurs at heart Mayfield Fellows Program Stanford Entrepreneurship Network Wellspring of Innovation Biodesign Innovation Fellowship Networking resources Meet others who can help

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