Masterworks is the annual EECS celebration of thesis research leading to the master of science (SM) and master of engineering (MEng) degrees. This year's poster session was held on April 25, 2019, on the Charles M. Vest Student Street in the Stata Center. Following is a photo slideshow and a list of 2019 Masterworks winners.
Supervisor: Professor Aleksander Madry
Title: Terahertz Frequency Synthesis in CMOS for a Chip-Scale Molecular Clock
Supervisor: Professor Ruonan Han
Both were honored during the annual EECS Celebrates
awards ceremony on May 17, 2019.
Audience Choice Awards
First Place: Brandon Carter
Title: What Made You Do This? Understanding Black-Box Decisions with Sufficient Input Subsets
Supervisor: Professor David K. Gifford
Second Place: Saurav Maji
Title: Energy-Efficient Protocol and System for Security of Implantable Devices
Supervisor: Professor and Dean Anantha P. Chandrakasan
Title: Genes with High Network Connectivity Are Enriched for Disease Heritability Supervisor:
Professor Alkes Price (Harvard and Broad Institute)
Title: GLASS: Global Learning Anomalous Stream Service
Supervisor: Dr. Katrina LaCurts
In addition, EECS senior Helmuth Naumer won first place in the Masterworks Scavenger Hunt for correctly answering the most questions about research discussed on the posters, while EECS graduate student Aya Amer won second place. All winners received prizes provided by Masterworks sponsor Samsung or from EECS.