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ECE Undergrad Amir Ahmadi Wins Two Prizes for Paper

ECE Undergrad Amir Ahmadi Wins Two Prizes for Paper

ECE junior Amir Ahmadi has won two prizes for his paper titled, "Adjustable Time Delays For Optical Clock Recovery Systems.” He received the Undergraduate First Prize in the 2005 annual paper competition of the DC Council of Engineers and Architect Societies (DCCEAS), as well as the Washington Society of Engineers' 2005 Young Engineer Prize. Amir has been invited to an awards banquet on Feb 26 as a guest of DCCEAS. He will receive both awards along with two checks for $500.00 each. Amir and his teammate, Elric Von Eden, won first runner up honors in the 2004 MERIT Fair in the RITE category. Their mentor was Dr. Thomas E. Murphy.

February 20, 2005


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