WiMNet former Ph.D. student Tingjun Chen, current Ph.D. student Mahshid Ghasemi, and current undergraduate students Angel Estigarribia and Perry Flamer received four awards from the Department of Electrical Engineering:
- Tingjun received the Jury Award – “Established in 1991, this award is presented to a graduate student or recent graduate for outstanding achievement in the areas of systems, communications, signal processing, or circuits”. This is the highest recognition awarded by the department to a Ph.D. student.
- Mahshid received the Armstrong Memorial Award – “Awarded to one outstanding candidate for the MS degree to honor the late Edwin Howard Armstrong, professor of Electrical Engineering and inventor of wideband FM broadcasting, the regenerative circuit, and other basic circuits of communications and electronics. The Armstrong Awards are sponsored by the Armstrong Memorial Research Foundation.”
- Perry received the Student Excellence Award in Electronics, Circuits, & Physics – “Awarded by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering to one outstanding graduating senior who has demonstrated outstanding passion and accomplishment in Electronics, Circuits, and Physics..”
- Angel received the Department Research Award – “Awarded by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering to one outstanding graduating senior who has demonstrated outstanding passion and accomplishment in research.”
For more information about the awards, click here.