Alumni Christopher Ellis' startup SparkCharge wins grand prize in 43North business contest

Christopher Ellis (BS 17) is CTO and one of the founders of SparkCharge.

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Sujit Dey

Sujit Dey and Po-Han Chiang receive "Best Paper Award" at IEEE Healthcom 2018

Center for Wireless Communications congratulates Sujit Dey and Po-Han Chiang for receiving "Best Paper Award" at IEEE Healthcom 2018! The paper, "Personalized Effect of Health Behavior on Blood Pressure: Machine Learning Based Prediction and Recommendation," is based on CWC's Connected Health project.

tara javidi

Professor Tara Javidi awarded 2018 Qualcomm Faculty Award

Professor Tara Javidi has been awarded the 2018 Qualcomm Faculty Award. The Qualcomm Faculty Award (QFA) supports key professors and their research through a charitable donation to their university.


2018 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship

Jiun-Ting Huang and Alankrita Bhatt recommended by Young-Han Kim as well as Hardik Sharma and Mohammad Ghasemzadeh recommended by Hadi Esmaeilzadeh and Farinaz Koushanfar were awarded the 2018 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship. 

Chaoxuan Ellen Ma

Ellen Ma Awarded 2018 IBM PhD Fellowship

Chaoxuan (Ellen) Ma has been selected for a 2018 IBM PhD Fellowship Award, an

Behrouz Touri

Behrouz Touri receives 2018 Donald P. Eckman Award

The American Automatic Control Council has selected Behrouz Touri, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of California San Diego, to receive the 2018 Donald P. Eckman Award. He will be recognized “for outstanding contributions to stochastic methods applied to distributed and networked control systems.”

Dinesh Bharadia

2018 Forbes 30 Under 30

It was a long-standing assumption that it was impossible for a radio to transmit and receive at the same time at the same frequency. Professor Dinesh Bharadia proved that assumption wrong by building a radio that did just that. His research was commercialized by Kumu Networks and Deutsche Telekom has led successful field tests of the technology. 

Farinaz Koushanfar

2018 ICCAD Ten Year Retrospective Most Influential Paper Award 

Please join us in congratulating Professor Farinaz Koushanfar, who has been awarded the ICCAD Ten Year Retrospective Most Influential Paper Award for the following paper:

2008 Paper Titled: Lightweight Secure PUF