Mason engineering professor receives funding from the NSF for cyber-infrastructure testbed. Bijan Jabbari, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Volgenau School of Engineering collaborating with East Carolina University received approximately $2.5 million (with over $2 million to Mason) from the National Science Foundation.
(November 11, 2020 – Volgenau School of Engineering，George Mason University)
Electrical Engineering PhD graduate is on a mission to invent the fastest wireless technologies. Since earning a PhD in 2001, Esmael Dinan has worked for several large wireless technology
companies, and he founded Ofinno Technologies in Herndon, Virginia.
(October 3, 2018 – Volgenau School of Engineering，George Mason University)
When vintage opportunities have to do with more than wine. Wine is a time machine. A glass of sherry or tawny port may contain drops of wine dating back a century or more. The Founding
Fathers toasted the Declaration of Independence with madeira. It is still possible to taste
madeira made from grapes grown when Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were alive.
(June 10, 2017 – The Washington Post)