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Congratulations ISR graduates!

The Institute for Systems Research extends hearty congratulations to these December 2016 graduates of the University of Maryland. All were advised by ISR faculty!

Adi Hajj-Ahmad (EE Ph.D.), advised by Min Wu

Arjuna Ariyaratne (MSSE), advised by William Rand

Bill Champion (Civil Systems Ph.D.), advised by Steven Gabriel

Alexi Charalambides, (ME Ph.D.), advised by Sarah Bergbreiter

Nicholas D'Amore (AE Ph.D.), advised by David Akin

Chanyuan Liu (MSE Ph.D.), advised by Gary Rubloff

Evripidis Paraskevas (EE Ph.D.), advised by John Baras

Ladan Rabieekenari (EE Ph.D.), advised by John Baras

Krishnaprasath Ramakrishnasubramanian (Chemical Engineering M.S.), advised by Raymond Adomaitis

Oliver Rourke (AMSC Ph.D.), advised by Dan Butts

Thomas Winkler (Bioengineering Ph.D.), advised by Reza Ghodssi

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December 20, 2016


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