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ECE Alumnus Accepts Position at University of Minnesota

ECE Alumnus Accepts Position at University of Minnesota

Dr. Arya Mazumdar
Dr. Arya Mazumdar

Dr. Arya Mazumdar, 2011 alumnus of ISR/ECE, recently accepted a position as assistant professor in the ECE department at the University of Minnesota. He will take his new post in January 2013 after completing his postdoctoral appointment at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Mazumdar’s research focuses on information theory, codes for memory and storage, signal processing, networking, discrete mathematics in communications, random processes and probabilistic methods. He is a former student of Professor Alexander Barg and received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering.

During his years at the University of Maryland, Mazumdar received the Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship Award from the ECE department and co-authored numerous publications.

Mazumdar can be contacted at http://www.mit.edu/~aryam.

January 24, 2013


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