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Alumna Ermin Wei featured in MIT publication

Alumna Ermin Wei featured in MIT publication

The Laboratory for Information and Decisions Systems at MIT features ISR alumna Ermin Wei (B.S. Math, Finance, Computer Engineering 2008) in its latest newsletter. Ermin is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at MIT. Her current research interests are in convex optimization and analysis, game theory, network optimization and control, distributed optimization methods, social and logistic networks.

At Maryland Ermin was part of the Intelligent Servosystems Lab with Professor P. S. Krishnaprasad (ECE/ISR). She won the ISR Outstanding Systems Engineering Undergraduate Student award in 2008.

| Read the story in the LIDS newsletter |

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December 1, 2011


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