Seven ECE Students Win at Science & Engineering Day 2011

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April 6th, 2011

After winning The Hariri Award for Transformative Computational Science Research at Science Day 2011, Roza Ghamari (ECE) poses with her advisor, Assistant Professor Doug Densmore (ECE, left), and Professor Azer Bestavros (CS).

After winning The Hariri Award for Transformative Computational Science Research at Science Day 2011, Roza Ghamari (ECE) poses with her advisor, Assistant Professor Doug Densmore (ECE, left), and Professor Azer Bestavros (CS).

On March 23, seven graduate students from the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) were chosen as winners at Boston University’s Science & Engineering Day 2011.

Each year, Science & Engineering Day gives graduate students a chance to display their research at the university-wide event. The best presentations are honored and matching awards go to the recipients’ respective laboratories.

Science & Engineering Day is open to all graduate students currently engaged in scientific research in a degree-granting program at Boston University.

Winners from the ECE Department include:

Center for Information and Systems Engineering Award
Winner: Sonal Ambwani
Advisor: Professor W. Clem Karl

College of Engineering Dean’s Award
Winner: John Henson
Advisor: Associate Professor Roberto Paiella

The Hariri Award for Transformative Computational Science Research
Winner: Roza Ghamari
Advisor: Assistant Professor Douglas Densmore

Office of Technology Development Award
Winner: Philipp Spuhler
Advisor: Professor Selim Ünlü

Photonics Center Berman Future of Light Prize
Winner: Cicek Boztug
Advisor: Associate Professor Roberto Paiella

President’s Award
Winner: Nenad Bozinovic
Advisor: Associate Professor Siddharth Ramachandran

The Smart Lighting Center Award
Winner: Margo Monroe
Advisor: Professor Selim Ünlü

-Rachel Harrington (rachelah@bu.edu)