Distinguished Lecture Series

The College of Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series celebrates high impact research in engineering and annually honors one of our faculty engaged in outstanding research. This showcasing event will be a public forum allowing all members of the University community to meet a distinguished scholar selected from College of Engineering faculty discussing a topic of recognized excellence.

Nomination Process

Distinguished Lecture Award recipients are nominated by their colleagues as having the distinction of being a renowned researcher within their field of expertise. They are reviewed by a panel and are awarded the Distinguished Lecture by the College of Engineering Dean.

Current Recipient

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Professor Christos Cassandras

A member of the BU faculty since 1996, head of the College's Division of Systems Engineering and cofounder of BU's Center for Information and Systems Engineering (CISE), Christos Cassandras is the recipient of the College's 2014 Distinguished Scholar Award, honoring senior faculty members who have helped move their field and society forward through outstanding, high-impact research.

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