Dean's Doctoral Student Research Awards Announced

Dean's Doctoral Student Research Awards Announced

Dean's Doctoral Student Research Awards Announced

Dean Darryll Pines has announced the winners of the 2012 Dean's Doctoral Research Award Competition:

First Place ($1,500):

Matthew Stamm, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Advisor: Professor K. J. Ray Liu (ECE)
For outstanding research on digital multimedia forensics.

Second Place ($1,000):

Andrew Yeatts, Fischell Department of Bioengineering
Advisor: Professor John Fisher
For outstanding research on the development of a tissue engineering strategy to repair bone tissue.

Third Place ($500):

Monica Syal, Department of Aerospace Engineering
Advisor: Professor J. Gordon Leishman
For outstanding research on the computational modeling of the dual-phase rotorcraft brownout problem.

Dean Pines created the Dean's Doctoral Research Award Competition to give top Clark School doctoral student researchers special recognition that will be valuable in launching their careers, and to show all students the importance of high quality engineering research. Students submitted their work through competitions at the department level. Members of department advisory boards served as judges for this competition.

 

May 14, 2012


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