EECS graduate students are making news as they make valuable research contributions and take on leadership roles in building the quality of graduate student life. Please let us know about awards received at major conferences by sending the details to Patsy Sampson, Communications Coordinator for EECS.
Faraz Najafi from Berggren Lab wins first place at 2012 Applied Superconductivity Conference
EECS PhD candidate Faraz Najafi together with another student (Qingyuan Zhao, Visiting Graduate Student) won first place for the Best Student Poster at the Applied Superconductivity Conference that was held Oct. 7-12, 2012 in Portland, Oregon.
SIGGRAPH 2012 Student Research Competition included Ahmed Kirmani, Andrea Colaco among five winning teams
Andrea Colaco, MIT Media Lab graduate student and EECS graduate student Ahmed Kirmani were one of five finalist teams in the ACM Student Research Competition at SIGGRAPH 2012 held in Los Angeles, CA, August 5-9, 2012. Colaco and Kirmani's work is titled "CoDAC: Compressive Depth Acquisition Using a Single Time-Resolved Sensor."