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Khosla elected to National Academy of Engineering

Congratulations to ISR Strategic Advisory Council member Pradeep Khosla, who has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering. Khosla is the dean of engineering and Phillip and Marsha Dowd Professor at Carnegie Mellon University. He was elected "for contributions to design and sensor-based control in robotic systems, for the assembly of high-precision electronics, and for leadership in engineering education."

February 8, 2006


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