Four ECE Students Win at BU’s Science & Engineering Research Symposium

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Science DayOn March 21, four graduate students from the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) were chosen as winners at Boston University’s Science & Engineering Research Symposium.

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 included:

College of Engineering Dean’s Award
Student: Alp Artar
Project: Multispectral Fano Resonances in Hybridized Metamaterials
Advisor: Hatice Altug

Center for Information and Systems Engineering Award
Student: Yushan Chen
Project: LTL Robot Motion Control based on Automata Learning of Environmental Dynamics
Advisor: Calin Belta

Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology Award
Student: Arif Cetin
Project: Plasmon Induced Transparency with Asymmetric π-Shaped Metamaterials
Advisor: Hatice Altug

CELEST/CompNet Computational Neuroscience Award
Student: Schuyler Eldridge
Project: Biologically-Inspired Hardware for Autonomous Robots
Advisor: Ajay Joshi

-Rachel Harrington (