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  • Departments | Engineering
    Collaborations Departments Home Research Faculty Departments Aeronautics and Astronautics The course offerings and research activities in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics cover most aspects of aircraft and spacecraft design structures fluid mechanics dynamics and control View Details Bioengineering The Department of Bioengineering creates a fusion of engineering and the life sciences to promote biomedical discovery and the development of new technologies and therapies Bioengineering at View Details Chemical Engineering The Department of Chemical Engineering uses knowledge of mathematics chemistry and other natural sciences to develop economical means of using materials and energy to benefit society View Details Civil and Environmental Engineering The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is comprised of seven programs Construction Engineering and Management Structural Engineering and Geomechanics Environmental Engineering and View Details Computer Science Strong research exists in the areas of systems software networking databases security graphics foundations of computer science artifical intelligence robotics and scientific computing In View Details Electrical Engineering Research in Electrical Engineering spans a diverse set of intellectual disciplines and applications The disciplines can be grouped into three overlapping and interrelated areas Physical View Details Management Science and Engineering The Department of Management Science and Engineering aims to promote research and

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  • Faculty Honors and Awards 2012-2013 | Engineering
    Richard Christensen American Society of Mechanical Engineers Timoshenko Medal 2013 Aeronotics and Astronautics William Chueh International Society of Solid State Ionics Young Scientist Award 2013 Materials Science and Engineering Sigrid Close U S Department of Energy Early Career Research Award 2013 Aeronotics and Astronautics Markus Covert Paul Allen Distinguished Investigator Award 2013 Bioengineering Gregory Deierlein Member National Academy of Engineering 2013 Civil and Environmental Engineering David Dill Member American Academy of Arts and Sciences Member National Academy of Engineering 2013 Computer Science John Eaton Martin Family University Fellow in Undergradu ate Education 2012 Mechanical Engineering Chuck Eesley Fellow Stanford Center at Peking University 2013 Management Science and Engineering Abbas El Gamal Member National Academy of Engineering 2013 Electrical Engineering Drew Endy Open Science Champion of Change 2013 Bioengineering Charbel Farhat Member National Academy of Engineering 2013 Aeronotics and Astronautics Mechanical Engineering Edward Feigenbaum IEEE Computer Pioneer Award 2013 Computer Science Curtis Frank Member National Academy of Engineering 2013 Chemical Engineering Kenneth Goodson Fellow IEEE IEEE THERMI Award 2013 2013 Mechanical Engineering Sachin Katti Sloan Research Fellow 2013 Electrical Engineering Computer Science Oussama Khatib IEEE Robotics Automation Society Distinguished Service Award 2013 Computer Science Christian Linder International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics GAMM Richard von Mises Prize 2013 Civil and Environmental Engineering Perry McCarty American Association of Engineering Societies Joan Hodges Queneau Palladium Medal 2013 Civil and Environmental Engineering Jens Nørskov North American Catalysis Society and European Federation of Catalysis Societies Michel Boudart Award for the Advancement of Catalysis 2013 Chemical Engineering John Ousterhout IEEE Reynold B Johnson Information Storage Systems Award 2013 Computer Science Balaji Prabhakar IEEE Innovation in Societal Infrastruc ture Award 2013 Electrical Engineering Computer Science Stephen Quake Member National Academy of Engineering 2013 Bioengineering Martin Reinhard Humboldt Research Award 2012 Civil and Environmental Engineering Eric Roberts

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  • For Media | Engineering
    Stanford Engineering s Mission Our mission is to seek solutions to important global problems and educate leaders who will make the world a better place by using the power of engineering principles techniques and systems We believe it is essential to educate engineers who possess not only deep technical excellence but the creativity cultural awareness and entrepreneurial skills that come from exposure to the liberal arts business medicine and other disciplines that are an integral part of the Stanford experience Our key goals are to Conduct curiosity driven and problem driven research that generates new knowledge and produces discoveries that provide the foundations for future engineered systems Deliver world class research based education to students and broad based training to leaders in academia industry and society Drive technology transfer to Silicon Valley and beyond with deeply and broadly educated people and transformative ideas that will improve our society and our world The School of Engineering Dean s Office and Administration is located at Jen Hsun Huang Engineering Center 475 Via Ortega Stanford CA 94305 4121 For a complete list of the latest Stanford Engineering research news and press releases please visit our News Updates archive For a list of current and upcoming engineering related events see our Events Calendar Media Contact Tom Abate Associate Director of Communications tabate stanford edu 650 736 2255 Contact our communications staff Stanford Engineering at a Glance 4 894 students 249 faculty members More than 80 labs centers and affiliate programs involving students in research 8 top ten National Research Council department rankings 3 number one department rankings Stanford Facts at a Glance updated fall 2012 Faculty and Staff Contact Information E mail phone and mailing addresses for key faculty and staff can be found in the Dean s Office Directory Browse our faculty database

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  • About Stanford Engineering
    by using the power of engineering principles techniques and systems We believe it is essential to educate engineers who possess not only deep technical excellence but the creativity cultural awareness and entrepreneurial skills that come from exposure to the liberal arts business medicine and other disciplines that are an integral part of the Stanford experience Our key goals are to Conduct curiosity driven and problem driven research that generates new knowledge and produces discoveries that provide the foundations for future engineered systems Deliver world class research based education to students and broad based training to leaders in academia industry and society Drive technology transfer to Silicon Valley and beyond with deeply and broadly educated people and transformative ideas that will improve our society and our world Stanford Engineering at a Glance 4850 students Spring 2014 enrollment 1660 undergraduates 3190 graduate students More than 250 faculty members Three No 1 department rankings and all departments in the top 5 More than 80 labs centers and affiliate programs involving students in research All nine departments in 21st Century facilities At the Intersection of Disciplines A multidisciplinary broad based approach is central to our vision We believe boundaries are always permeable Our close collaboration with other schools on campus and with industry strengthens our academic programs Our successes in education and research have not only trained generations of leaders and created new knowledge but also have helped revolutionize technology medicine business and many other fields Innovation and Entrepreneurship Located in the heart of Silicon Valley Stanford Engineering has been the catalyst for many of the technologies and companies that define The Valley and which have in turn shaped the school The success of this interaction is most apparent in the Bay Area but it extends worldwide The school s history is one of

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  • Events | Engineering
    Innovation Info For Students Alumni Companies Faculty Staff Departments Aeronautics 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 Events Home About Events Next Generation Wind Energy John Dabiri Opportunities and Challenges for Next Generation Wind Energy 4 30 6 pm Tuesday April 26 2016 Arrillaga Alumni Center Fisher Conference Center When Tuesday April 26 2016 4 30 pm 6 00 pm Where Arrillaga Alumni Center Fisher Conference Center More Details What Matters to Me Why Sidney and Persis Drell Wednesday May 4 2016 12 00 pm 1 00 pm Common Room Center for Inter Religious Community Learning and Experiences CIRCLE Old Union When Wednesday May 4 2016 12 00 pm 1 00 pm Where Common Room Center for Inter Religious Community Learning and Experiences CIRCLE Old Union 3rd Floor More Details EXPE 2016 The Stanford Design EXPErience Thursday June 2 2016 Location TBD Podium presentations project fair Stanford s Mechanical Engineering Design Group invites

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  • Stanford Engineering Heroes | Engineering
    and engineer chemical and fluid processes with applications in numerous industries including petroleum recovery and microelectronics Upon receiving his PhD from the University of Minnesota in 1954 Acrivos joined the Chemical Engineering faculty at the University of California Berkeley He was recruited by Stanford in 1962 as a professor of Chemical Engineering and was instrumental in transforming that department into one of international stature In 1988 after accepting one of New York State s Albert Einstein Chairs in Science and Engineering he took early retirement from Stanford and joined the City College of the City University of New York as a professor of Chemical Engineering and director of the Levich Institute He returned to Stanford in 2007 and is associated with the Flow Physics and Computational Engineering group of the Mechanical Engineering department He has received numerous awards from engineering and scientific organizations in the United States including the 2001 National Medal of Science and is an elected member of the National Academy of Engineering the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Marcian Ted Hoff Marcian Ted Hoff is best known as the architect of the first microprocessor Intel s 4004 released in November 1971 He devised the idea that if the architecture could be constructed simply the memory calculating and processing functions of a computer could be combined into one circuit instead of many custom designed circuits The Intel 4004 paved the way for many subsequent breakthroughs in personal computing communications and the Internet Hoff was the first Intel Fellow the highest technical position in the company He is a U S National Medal of Technology and Innovation winner a recipient of the IEEE RSE Wolfson James Clerk Maxwell Award has been named to the National Inventors Hall of Fame and is a

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  • History | Engineering
    the development of the technology industry in California and helped found thousands of companies Former Deans Each dean in our history has had a major impact on the nature of Stanford Engineering today Jim Plummer 1999 2014 Jim Plummer the John Fluke Professor of Engineering was dean of the School of Engineering from 1999 to 2014 the longest serving dean in school history He led during an era that included creating a new department renewing the school s infrastructure and dramatically increasing the number of students majoring in engineering Bio John Hennessy 1996 1999 John L Hennessy joined Stanford s faculty in 1977 as an assistant professor of electrical engineering He rose through the academic ranks to full professorship in 1986 and was the inaugural Willard R and Inez Kerr Bell Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from 1987 to 2004 Bio James F Gibbons 1984 1996 Professor Gibbons received a BS degree at Northwestern University in 1953 and a PhD from Stanford in 1956 He joined the Stanford faculty in 1957 was appointed professor of electrical engineering in 1964 and dean of the School of Engineering in 1984 Bio William M Kays 1972 1984 William M Kays attended Stanford University and earned three degrees a BA in engineering 1942 MS in mechanical engineering 1947 and a PhD in mechanical engineering 1951 He worked as a research associate while a student and subsequently joined the faculty in the mechanical engineering department Bio Joseph M Pettit 1958 1972 Joseph Mayo Pettit was born July 15 1916 in Rochester Minnesota He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley where he received his BS degree in electrical engineering in 1938 At Stanford University he earned the degree of Engineer in 1940 and a PhD in 1942 Bio Frederick E Terman 1944

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  • Stanford Engineering 2013-2014 Year in Review | Engineering
    links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Stanford Engineering 2013 2014 Year in Review Home About Year in Review With a new dean and state of the art facilities Stanford Engineering is tackling the world s toughest problems and educating students who will change the world The Stanford School of Engineering has been at the forefront of innovation for nearly a century turning big ideas into solutions that have improved people s lives across the globe Our mission is to seek solutions to important global problems and educate leaders who will make the world a better place by using the power of engineering principles techniques and systems We believe it is essential to educate engineers who possess not only deep technical excellence but also the creativity cultural awareness and entrepreneurial skills that come from exposure to the liberal arts business medicine and other disciplines that are an integral part of the Stanford experience Collaborating with colleagues across disciplines Stanford engineers are finding better ways to create efficient energy sources diagnose and treat diseases ensure clean water improve and invent electronic systems develop environmentally benign industrial processes and enhance the overall quality of life Learn more in our 2013 2014 Year in Review Download the PDF or view on ISSUU Monday November 24 2014 Last modified Wed 26 Nov 2014 at 11 30 Printer friendly version About News Events Stanford Engineering Heroes History Year in Review Persis S Drell Dean Dean s Office Brand standards and logos News By Department Aeronautics and Astronautics Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering Materials Science and Engineering Share This Media contact Tom Abate tabate stanford edu 650 736 2245 News By Topic Automotive Electronics and Photonics Life Sciences and Healthcare Material Science Online Education

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