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Fourteen ISR-affiliated students receive Ph.D.s

Congratulations to the following doctoral graduates, who were awarded their Ph.D.s by the University of Maryland this week.

Arvind Ananthanarayanan, Mechanical Engineering
advised by S.K. Gupta

N. Pransanth Anthapadmanabhan, Electrical Engineering
advised by Alexander Barg

Robin Berthier, Mechanical Engineering
advised by Michel Cukier

Pedram Hovareshti, Electrical Engineering
advised by John Baras

Stephan Koev, Electrical Engineering
advised by Reza Ghodssi

Anna Pantelidou, Electrical Engineering
advised by Tony Ephremides

Somashekar Prakash, Electrical Engineering
advised by Pamela Abshire

Punyaslok Purkayastha, Electrical Engineering
advised by John Baras

Thomas Salter, Jr., Electrical Engineering
advised by Neil Goldsman

Deepak Shrestha, Civil and Environmental Engineering
advised by David Lovell

Ashwin Swaminathan, Electrical Engineering
advised by Min Wu

Chao Wu, Electrical Engineering
advised by Eyad Abed and Patrick O'Shea

Xinhui Zhou, Electrical Engineering
advised by Carol Espy-Wilson

Enlu Zhou, Electrical Engineering
advised by Steve Marcus and Michael Fu

May 22, 2009


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