Columbia’s Electrical Engineering Department: Prospective PhD Student Open House

Columbia’s Electrical Engineering Department: Prospective PhD Student Open House

Date: Friday, November 9, 2018

Location: Department of Electrical Engineering, 500 West 120th Street, 13th Fl. MUDD, NYC

Columbia University’s Electrical Engineering Department has world-class faculty involved in cutting-edge research. The Department’s small size allows highly individualized attention to our PhD students.

The Department invites juniors and seniors from undergraduate institutions to a special open house event in New York City, one of the most dynamic and diverse metropolises in the world. At this event, you will have the opportunity to meet our faculty and graduate students and learn about the exciting opportunities Columbia has to offer.

To apply, please complete this short applicationApplications must be received by October 20, 2018 and students will be notified by October 25, 2018. We will cover the cost for one night of lodging, food, and on-ground transportation. Students traveling from outside of New York City will be reimbursed for up to $250.00 for their travel expenses.

Open Research Positions

There are open research positions for credit are available for undergraduate and Master students during the Fall 2018 semester. Email Prof. Hendon with your resume if you would like to be considered. Projects are available within the following areas:

  • Developing finite element models of electrical propagation within the heart based off optical coherence tomography images
  • Optical coherence tomography image acquisition and image processing for our projects related to women’s health
  • Optical system design and simulations for catheter probes

Congratulations to Xinwen and Yuye

Congratulations to Dr. Xinwen Yao and Dr. Yuye Ling on receiving their doctoral degrees in Electrical Engineering!!

New Publication

Congratulations to Theresa. Her first manuscript was published within the Biophysical Journal.

Theresa H. LyeKevin P. VincentAndrew D. McCullochChristine P. HendonTissue-Specific Optical Mapping Models of Swine Atria Informed by Optical Coherence Tomography. Biophysical Journal. Volume 114, Issue 6, 27 March 2018, Pages 1477-1489

Photonics West BIOS 2018

Xinwen Yao, Yu Gan, Yuye Ling, Charles C. Marboe, Christine P. Hendon

28 January 2018 • 8:00 – 8:20 AM | Part of SPIE BiOS

Theresa H. Lye, Kevin P. Vincent, Andrew D. McCulloch, Christine P. Hendon

28 January 2018 • 9:00 – 9:20 AM | Part of SPIE BiOS

Nathan C. Lin, Elika Fallah, Clark E. Strimbu, Christine P. Hendon, Elizabeth S. Olson

28 January 2018 • 9:25 – 9:40 AM | Part of SPIE BiOS

Rhiana N. Rivas, Theresa H. Lye, Christine P. Hendon

28 January 2018 • 10:30 – 10:50 AM | Part of SPIE BiOS

Soo Young Park, Rajinder P. Singh-Moon, Christine P. Hendon

28 January 2018 • 11:30 – 11:50 AM | Part of SPIE BiOS

Rajinder P. Singh-Moon, Vivek Iyer M.D., Christine P. Hendon

28 January 2018 • 2:00 – 2:20 PM | Part of SPIE BiOS

Yu Gan, Wang Yao, Kristin M. Myers, Joy-Sarah Y. Vink, Ronald J. Wapner, Christine P. Hendon

28 January 2018 • 4:45 – 5:00 PM | Part of SPIE BiOS

Yuye Ling, William Meiniel, Jean-Christophe Olivo-Marin, Elsa D. Angelini, Christine P. Hendon

28 January 2018 • 5:30 – 7:00 PM | Part of SPIE BiOS

Theresa H. Lye, Christine P. Hendon

29 January 2018 • 11:00 – 11:15 AM | Part of SPIE BiOS

Rajinder P. Singh-Moon, Xinwen Yao, Mohammad Zaryab, Vivek Iyer M.D., Christine P. Hendon

29 January 2018 • 11:15 – 11:30 AM | Part of SPIE BiOS

 

PhD Prospective Student Open House

The Department  invites college seniors from select undergraduate institutions to a special open house event on November 10, 2017. At this event, you will have the opportunity to meet our faculty and graduate students and learn about the exciting opportunities Columbia has to offer. You will also have a chance to sample life in New York City, one of the most dynamic and diverse metropolises in the world.

More details (and the link to the application) can be found at:
http://www.ee.columbia.edu/phd-prospectivestudentopenhouse

New Publication

Congratulations to Jimmy! His first manuscript was recently published in the Optics Express Journal.

James P. McLean, Yuye Ling, and Christine P. Hendon. Frequency-Constrained Robust Principle Component Analysis: A Sparse Representations approach to Segmentation of Dynamic Features in Optical Coherence imaging. Optics Express. 25(21). pp. 25819-25830. (2017)