|Newsletter of the Department of Electrical Engineering|
Features | Message from the Chair | Department News | Staff News | Alumni News | Faculty News
Bhattacharyya Receives NSF CAREER Award
Granatstein Receives Robert L. Woods Award
Levine, CONDUIT Group Awarded 1998 Schroers Award for Outstanding Rotorcraft Research
Yang, Zaki Receive Celebrating Teachers Award
New Affiliate Faculty Strengthen Computer Engineering Program
Invited Talks/Conferences, Awards/Distinctions, Books and Patents
Pictured: Prof. Shuvra Bhattacharyya
|Bhattacharyya Receives NSF CAREER Award
Shuvra Bhattacharyya is the recipient of a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early
Career Development (CAREER) Award, in the area of Signal Processing Systems.
Pictured: Prof. Victor Granatstein
|Granatstein Receives Robert L. Woods Award
Prof. Victor Granatstein received the Robert L. Woods Award "for leadership in the Vacuum Electronics Community." The award was presented on May 12 at the 1998 Microwave Vacuum Electronics Devices Conference, in Monterey, Calif. This award was created by the Secretary of Defense. Winners are selected by the Advisory Group on Electron Devices.
Pictured: Prof. William Levine
|Levine, CONDUIT Group Awarded 1998 Schroers Award for Outstanding
The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the American Helicopter Society selected the CONDUIT research team (Dr. Mark B. Tischler, Mr. Jason D. Colbourne, Mr. Kenny K. Cheung, Mr. Chad Frost, and Prof. William S. Levine) as the recipients of the 1998 Schroers Award for Outstanding Rotorcraft Research. The AHS Local Chapter Awards are given annually to recognize the outstanding achievements of individuals within the local rotorcraft community.