Helping to shrink digital cameras wins a big prize for Dartmouth professor
February 14, 2017 | Concord Monitor
"When I called Eric Fossum at Dartmouth to talk about receiving the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, I immediately asked for his Eureka story."
Thayer professor Tillman Gerngross has been elected to The National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
Meet The Inventors Who Turned Billions Of Phones Into Cameras
February 2, 2017 | Forbes
A trio of engineers behind the invention of the image-sensing technology found in billions of smartphones, camera phones, PCs and hospital scanning technology, won the £1 million ($1.3 million) Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering.
The inventor responsible for smartphone cameras says selfies and cat videos were the biggest surprise
February 1, 2017 | Business Insider UK
Fossum is one of four engineers to be awarded the £1 million Queen Elizabeth Prize on Tuesday for his invention.
Meet the Inventors Who Helped Put a Camera Phone in Everyone’s Pocket
February 1, 2017 | TIME
"Next time you're photographing your brunch, perhaps you should use the hashtag #Fossum."
£1m Queen Elizabeth Prize: Digital camera tech lauded
February 1, 2017 | BBC News
The inventors of digital cameras, including Dartmouth engineering professor Eric Fossum, have won the highest international engineering prize.
The global award honors Eric Fossum for an innovation that benefits humanity: the image sensor technology used in every digital camera today.
Alumni on Forbes 30 Under 30 list
January 24, 2017 | The Dartmouth
Jennifer Chong '10 recalls Professor Peter Robbie's Engineering Sciences 12 “Design Thinking” class as one of her most formative learning experiences.
Students Make Musical Instruments for Thayer’s Birthday Party
January 12, 2017 | Dartmouth News
In a four-day intensive course offered by Thayer in partnership with the Hopkins Center for the Arts, eight students designed and built an array of musical instruments.
Breaking the Gender Barrier in Engineering
December 21, 2016 | Scientific American
An opinion piece by engineering dean Joseph Helble about how Dartmouth became one of the first national research universities to graduate a majority-female class of engineers.