The Mission of the Department of Electrical Engineering is to educate our students, at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels, to prepare for careers in electrical engineering, or in other professions, in which they make a positive contribution to the growth of society, and to the betterment of the human condition, in the Jesuit tradition. We do this by teaching the concepts and the tools necessary to understand the physical world, particularly with respect to the fundamental laws of electricity and magnetism. Our students apply this knowledge to engineering problems, and they seek to understand the effect that electrical engineering has on society, and the obligations that the electrical engineer has to society. The Department contributes to the vitality of Silicon Valley and beyond through its teaching, practice, and scholarship.

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Submissions from 1979

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Crystallography of Decahedral and Icosahedral Particles II. High Symmetry Orientations, Cary Y. Yang

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Atomistic Studies of the Structural Stability of Isolated Small Particles, Cary Y. Yang and T. Halicioglu

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Structural Analysis of Small Vapor-Deposited 'Multiply- Twinned' Gold Particles, Cary Y. Yang, K. Heinemann, M. J. Yacamán, and H. Poppa

Submissions from 1978

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Relativistic Scattered-Wave Theory II. Normalization and Symmetrization, Cary Y. Yang

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Relativistic Xα–scattered‐wave calculations for the uranyl ion, Cary Y. Yang, K. H. Johnson, and J. A. Horsley

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Relativistic Electronic Structure of PbS and PbSe Molecules, Cary Y. Yang and Sohrab Rabii

Submissions from 1977

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The Interaction of Atomic Hydrogen with Ni, Pd, and Pt Clusters, R. P. Messmer, D. R. Salahub, K. H. Johnson, and Cary Y. Yang

Submissions from 1976

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Relativistic Xα scattered-wave calculations for C2 and I2, Cary Y. Yang

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Truncated Atomic Sphere Model and Overlapping Sphere Corrections in the SCF-Scattered-Wave Method, Cary Y. Yang and K. H. Johnson

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Hydrogen Effect in Lead Selenide, Cary Y. Yang and Sohrab Rabii

Submissions from 1975

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On-Line Data Reduction with a Prism Spectrometer, S. Loughin, Cary Y. Yang, and J. E. Fischer

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Relativistic Scattered-Wave Theory, Cary Y. Yang and Sohrab Rabii

Submissions from 1974

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Effects of Cl2 Exposure on the Thermoreflectance Spectra of Lead Chalcogenide Films, A. K. Sood, Cary Y. Yang, and J. E. Fischer

Submissions from 1973

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Thermoreflectance of IV-VI Compounds, F. J. Bogacki, A. K. Sood, Cary Y. Yang, S. Rabii, and J. E. Fischer