Ali Hajimiri Awarded 2019 Feynman Teaching Prize, Caltech’s Highest Teaching Honor Engineering professor recognized for his world-class expertise, engaging lectures,
Spinning the Light: The World’s Smallest Optical Gyroscope Caltech engineers create an optical gyroscope smaller than a grain of rice
Lensless Camera: Ultra-Thin Camera Creates Images Without Lenses New design substitutes an array of light receivers for a lens, making
Professor Ali Hajimiri of Caltech has been named Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). According to the NAI
Professor Ali Hajimiri presents on the concept of Space-based Solar Power. In space, because there is no atmosphere and night never
Ali Hajimiri, Thomas G. Myers Professor of Electrical Engineering, and colleagues Steven Bowers, Kaushik Sengupta, and Kaushik Dasgupta were awarded
Imagine you need to have an almost exact copy of an object. Now imagine that you can just pull your
CHIC group will present for the first time, a self-equalizing photo detector capable of equalizing high speed optical communication signals.
Bending the Light with a Tiny Chip (March 10, 2014) Imagine that you are in a meeting with coworkers or
CHIC group to present the first optically-driven multiple-port driven (MPD) mm-wave radiator in OFC 2014. The paper is authored by
Prof. Ali Hajimiri presents at ISSCC 2014 Panel on Innovation. Panel digest: As process scaling slows down, circuit innovation
Title: 1+1=3 or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Holistic Circuits. (Jan. 29, 2014) Watch the full lecture HERE.
Watch the video Hajimiri Delivers a Talk on Design at the End of Moore’s Law at University of Washington. Abstract:
Bowers and Hajimiri Win Best Student Paper at IMS 2013 June 6, 2013, Seattle, WA The paper titled: “An Integrated
Kaushik Sengupta’s thesis titled: “Silicon-based Terahertz Circuits and Systems” awarded the Charles Wilts prize for the best Doctoral Dissertation in
Hajimiri group demonstrates electronic chips that repair themselves. (March 1, 2013) PASADENA, Calif.—Imagine that the chips in your smart phone