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what i suggest is, contacting profs directly may solve the purpose.
The emails provided at department of electrical's site of respective
institute may help your friend's daughter. But if you want, i have one
of my friend and senior, who is doing his Ph.D. in CALI, berkley in
electrical engineering. I feel he may be ready to help, but can ask
him if he can help if you want.

On 4/1/11, Padmanabhan Rajendran <prajendran(--nospam--at)> wrote:
> One of my friend's daughter has applied for admission to post graduate
> education in electrical engineering in USA and she has already received
> favorable responses from a few Universities. She would like to consult with
> some electrical engineering professors to understand the state of the art so
> as to be able to select areas of promising fields to pursue her studies.
> Although this list is populated by Civil and Structural engineers, some of
> you may know of experts in the electrical engineering academia (in USA). If
> so, could you please share that information? I will pass it on to my friend.
> Thanks.
> Rajendran

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Avi Sharma
Department of Civil Engineering
SRKNEC, Nagpur ,India

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