ENGenious

ENGenious is a publication for alumni and friends of the Division of Engineering and Applied Science.

Table of Contents - Issue No.4, Fall 2003

Note From The Chair

Letter from the E&AS Chair: Richard Murray
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Snap Shots

'Round About the Institute: Recent Events and Openings on Campus
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New Faculty

New Arrivals, Joint Appointments, and Moore Scholars
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Idea Flow

DNA Tweezers, Motors, and Masks: Bernard Yurke and Friends are Filling the Nano Toolbox
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Research Note

Today's Internet is Just a Parking Lot: New Algorithms Pave the Way for the Real Superhighway
Steven Low and the FAST Team
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GALCIT 75

Graduate Aeronautical Laboratories
Celebrating 75 Years of Experimental, Theoretical, and Computational Innovation
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Emeritus

Noel R. Corngold: Many Many-Body Interactions
by Paul M. Bellan
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Option Profile

Control and Dynamical Systems: From Cellular Systems to Gravitational Systems, and Almost Everything in Between
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Hans Hornung
Above: Hans W. Hornungand the T5 Hypervelocity Shock Tunnel. This November we celebrated 75 years of the founding of the Graduate Aeronautical Laboratories.

Campus Resource

More Than Getting Your Feet Wet: SURF, the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program
by Carolyn Ash
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Alumni

An E&AS Who's Who: Recipients of the Caltech Distinguished Alumni Award
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Noel Corngold Above: Noel R. Corngold, Professor of Applied Physics, Emeritus.
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