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Three ISR graduate students win new travel award

Three ISR graduate students win new travel award


Three ISR graduate students are the recipient of a brand-new award—the ISR Graduate Student Travel Award. This award will be given every year to several deserving graduate students to help defray the travel costs of attending a conference to present their research. ISR is grateful to its generous alumni, faculty, staff and friends who have raised sufficient funding for the Institute to bestow the awards annually.

In 2017, three awards have been granted:

Bhaskar Ramasubramian (ECE), advised by Professor Steve Marcus (ECE/ISR) and Professor Rance Cleaveland (CS/ISR)

Hossein Salami (ChBE), advised by Professor Ray Adomaitis (ChBE/ISR)

Sayyed Sina Miran (ECE), advised by ISR-affiliated Assistant Professor Behtash Babadi (ECE)

Congratulations to Bhaskar, Hossein and Sayyed!

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September 13, 2017


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