by Jane Stoyle Welch
Published May 1, 2017
Graduate students from across the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences presented their research posters to faculty, staff, fellow students, and members of the community during the annual Graduate Student Poster Competition. Twenty-one students from across the school participated in the event.
First place went to Souransu Nandi, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, for his poster, "Regulation of Type 1 Diabetes Sensing and Control." His advisor is Professor Tarunraj Singh.
The second place award went to Christopher Fritz, Department of Electrical Engineering, for his poster, "Fast Binary Counters Based on Symmetric Stacking." His advisor is Professor Adly Fam.
Richard Izzo, Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Pedram Johari, Department of Electrical Engineering, tied for third place.
The awards were presented at a reception following the competition. The event was held on April 12, 2017 in Davis Hall.