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= Undergraduate Program Contact List <br> <br>  =
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== Directors and Student Services<br>  ==
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[http://www.stanford.edu/group/ughb/2011-14/ContactList_1314_v5.pdf '''<span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 153);">2013-14</span>''']'''<span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 153);"> School of Engineering Undergraduate Programs Contact List</span>'''<br>
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Mobile or portable practical application expansion can be quite an active marketplace these days, substantially a result of status not to mention enhancing need connected with mobile phones.http://www.watchingmovies-online.com/ , Those Wireless utility production programs usually are operating crazy in relation to their ground breaking attributes and actions to the owners.http://www.imovieonlines.com/ , A couple of businesses include moved into in neuro-scientific mobile use progress and they are introducing the new applications more than the ultra-modern know-how
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[http://aa.stanford.edu/ '''Aeronautics &amp; Aeronautics''']<br>
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Mobile or portable practical application expansion can be quite an active marketplace these days, substantially a result of status not to mention enhancing need connected with mobile phones.http://www.ionlinemovie.com/ , Those job applications are actually travelling insane in relation to their impressive capabilities and methods to the end users. A couple of businesses include moved into in neuro-scientific mobile use progress and they are introducing the new applications more than the ultra-modern know-how.
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Any wireless creators plan to meet the visitor needs by means of planning and establishing strong mobile applications. Quantity of wireless programs are now found in this cellular phones for ones several functions for instance world-wide-web browsing, adventures, messaging, show players, songs & video products, measurements, travel and leisure, browse, utility bills, and so. A maturing attraction right from several years is actually doing your users increasingly zealous.
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Prof Farhat, Charbel – Durand 257, cfarhat@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Ferguson, Patrick; Durand 250, patrickf@stanford.edu<br>
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On a manufacturer it's a chore to display and additionally create completely new purposes. This approach in fact uses a good deal of work and it is inefficient. Programs added in in your mobile devices support introducing value that include obtain as soon as & at any place through users. The best system of the practical application expansion is normally that this allows for cell phone consumers with handheld equipment to simply get and also system with info and additionally products instantly.
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[http://cee.stanford.edu/programs/archdesign/index.html '''Architectural Design''']<br>
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The utilization of mobiles together with cordless solutions comes with elevated this require of mobile phone app development. That is why all the cellular app firms have went frontward to get to the people to present the best quality mobile applications. Isol is also doing the employment of many different labeled smartphones cell phones including iphone 3gs, Blackberry together with Android os.
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Barton, John – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 267, jhbarton@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Filice, Jill – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 316, jill.filice@stanford.edu<br>
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The actual skilled target is almost always to provide the innovative Mobile phone App answer to increase the connection with mobiles and cell technology to individuals. It includes a particular ability within acquiring portable applications that can give you technologically advanced around reasonably competitive market. Isol belief world-class programs items progress employing best specialised in addition to functional expertise along with url experience in several business verticals to give value associated with solutions in the users.
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[http://cee.stanford.edu/programs/atmosenergy/index.html '''Atmosphere/Energy''']<br>
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Prof Jacobson, Mark – Y2E2 Rm 397, jacobson@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Filice, Jill – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 316, jill.filice@stanford.edu<br>
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'''[http://soe.stanford.edu/research/lab_ctr_dtl.php?org=2 Bioengineering]<br>''' Prof Deisseroth, Karl – W083 Clark , deissero@stanford.edu <br> Student Services: Hankes, Teri – Clark S165, thankes@stanford.edu<br>
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'''[http://me.stanford.edu/groups/bme/index.html Biomechanical Engineering]<br>'''
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Levenston, Marc – Durand 233,levenston@stanford.edu <br>
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Student Services: Fallin, Jennifer, – Bldg 530-125, jfallin@stanford.edu
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or Gardella, Indrani – Bldg 530-125, indrani@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://www.stanford.edu/dept/bmc/ '''Biomedical Computation''']<br>
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Prof Altman, Russ – Clark S242, russ.altman@.stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Kaushal, Amit – akaushal@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://cheme.stanford.edu/about/index.html '''Chemical Engineering''']<br>
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Prof Shaqfeh, Eric – Bldg. 500, Room 500M, esgs@stanford.edu<br>Prof Jaramillo, Tom – Keck 259, jaramilo@stanford.edu<br>Prof Dunn, Alex – Keck 389, alex.dunn@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Dixon, Pamela, 113 Stauffer III, prdixon@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://cee.stanford.edu/about/index.html '''Civil Engineering''']<br>
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Prof Billington, Sarah – 285A Y2E2, billington@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Filice, Jill – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 316, jill.filice@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://cs.stanford.edu/degrees/undergrad/index.shtml '''Computer Science''']<br>
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Prof Sahami, Mehran – Gates 180, sahami@cs.stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Stager, Claire – Gates 182, stager@cs.stanford.edu<br>
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[http://ee.stanford.edu/current-students/undergraduate-students '''Electrical Engineering''']
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Prof Nishimura, Dwight – 255 Packard, vicechair@ee.stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Amy Duncan – 177 Packard, aduncan@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://soe.stanford.edu/prospective_students/engphys.html '''Engineering Physics''']<br>
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Prof Burchat, Patricia – Varian Physics 158, burchat@stanford.edu<br>
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Prof Cappelli, Mark – Bldg 520-620-D, cap@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Lazar, Darlene; dlazar@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://cee.stanford.edu/about/index.html '''Environmental Engineering''']<br>
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Prof Billington, Sarah – 285A Y2E2, billington@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Filice, Jill – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 316, jill.filice@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://soe.stanford.edu/current_students/under_designed.html '''Individually Designed Majors''']<br>
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Prof Osgood, Brad –135 Huang, osgood@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Lazar, Darlene – 135 Huang, dlazar@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://www.stanford.edu/dept/MSandE/cgi-bin/index.php '''Management Science &amp; Engineering''']<br>
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Prof Shachter, Ross –337 Huang, shachter@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Cottle, Lori –Huang, Suite 141, lcottle@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://mse.stanford.edu/ '''Materials Science &amp; Engineering''']<br>
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Prof Sinclair, Robert – 113 Durand, bobsinc@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: Kim, Jungmee – 111 Durand, jungmee@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://me.stanford.edu/ '''Mechanical Engineering''']<br>
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Prof Sheppard, Sheri – Bldg 550-119, sheppard@stanford.edu<br> Student Services:&nbsp; <br>
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or Gardella, Indrani – Bldg 530-125, indrani@stanford.edu<br>
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[http://www-design.stanford.edu/pd/undergraduate.html '''Product Design''']<br>
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Prof&nbsp; Burnett, William – Bldg 550-137, wburnett@stanford.edu<br> Student Services: <br>
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or Gardella, Indrani – Bldg 530-125, indrani@stanford.edu<br>
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'''School of Engineering, Office of Student Affairs'''<br>
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Osgood, Brad –135 Huang, osgood@stanford.edu<br>Student Services: Lazar, Darlene – 135 Huang, dlazar@stanford.edu<br>
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Revision as of 14:56, 4 March 2014

Undergraduate Program Contact List

Directors and Student Services

2013-14 School of Engineering Undergraduate Programs Contact List

Aeronautics & Aeronautics

Prof Farhat, Charbel – Durand 257, cfarhat@stanford.edu
Student Services: Ferguson, Patrick; Durand 250, patrickf@stanford.edu

Architectural Design

Barton, John – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 267, jhbarton@stanford.edu
Student Services: Filice, Jill – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 316, jill.filice@stanford.edu

Atmosphere/Energy

Prof Jacobson, Mark – Y2E2 Rm 397, jacobson@stanford.edu
Student Services: Filice, Jill – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 316, jill.filice@stanford.edu

Bioengineering
Prof Deisseroth, Karl – W083 Clark , deissero@stanford.edu
Student Services: Hankes, Teri – Clark S165, thankes@stanford.edu

Biomechanical Engineering

Levenston, Marc – Durand 233,levenston@stanford.edu

Student Services: Fallin, Jennifer, – Bldg 530-125, jfallin@stanford.edu

or Gardella, Indrani – Bldg 530-125, indrani@stanford.edu

Biomedical Computation

Prof Altman, Russ – Clark S242, russ.altman@.stanford.edu
Student Services: Kaushal, Amit – akaushal@stanford.edu

Chemical Engineering

Prof Shaqfeh, Eric – Bldg. 500, Room 500M, esgs@stanford.edu
Prof Jaramillo, Tom – Keck 259, jaramilo@stanford.edu
Prof Dunn, Alex – Keck 389, alex.dunn@stanford.edu
Student Services: Dixon, Pamela, 113 Stauffer III, prdixon@stanford.edu

Civil Engineering

Prof Billington, Sarah – 285A Y2E2, billington@stanford.edu
Student Services: Filice, Jill – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 316, jill.filice@stanford.edu

Computer Science

Prof Sahami, Mehran – Gates 180, sahami@cs.stanford.edu
Student Services: Stager, Claire – Gates 182, stager@cs.stanford.edu

Electrical Engineering

Prof Nishimura, Dwight – 255 Packard, vicechair@ee.stanford.edu
Student Services: Amy Duncan – 177 Packard, aduncan@stanford.edu

Engineering Physics

Prof Burchat, Patricia – Varian Physics 158, burchat@stanford.edu

Prof Cappelli, Mark – Bldg 520-620-D, cap@stanford.edu
Student Services: Lazar, Darlene; dlazar@stanford.edu

Environmental Engineering

Prof Billington, Sarah – 285A Y2E2, billington@stanford.edu
Student Services: Filice, Jill – Y2E2 Bldg Rm 316, jill.filice@stanford.edu

Individually Designed Majors

Prof Osgood, Brad –135 Huang, osgood@stanford.edu
Student Services: Lazar, Darlene – 135 Huang, dlazar@stanford.edu

Management Science & Engineering

Prof Shachter, Ross –337 Huang, shachter@stanford.edu
Student Services: Cottle, Lori –Huang, Suite 141, lcottle@stanford.edu

Materials Science & Engineering

Prof Sinclair, Robert – 113 Durand, bobsinc@stanford.edu
Student Services: Kim, Jungmee – 111 Durand, jungmee@stanford.edu

Mechanical Engineering

Prof Sheppard, Sheri – Bldg 550-119, sheppard@stanford.edu
Student Services: 

or Gardella, Indrani – Bldg 530-125, indrani@stanford.edu

Product Design

Prof  Burnett, William – Bldg 550-137, wburnett@stanford.edu
Student Services:

or Gardella, Indrani – Bldg 530-125, indrani@stanford.edu

School of Engineering, Office of Student Affairs

Osgood, Brad –135 Huang, osgood@stanford.edu
Student Services: Lazar, Darlene – 135 Huang, dlazar@stanford.edu







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