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    Dr. David Corman of the National Science Foundation and the University of Maryland

    Dr. Corman (MS SSM & ME 1978, BS SSM & AMCS 1977) is the Program Director leading the Cyber Physical Systems Program for the NSF, and is a Senior Research Scientist at the Institute for Systems Research at UM.

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    Professor T. J. Tarn interviewed on Chinese television about future of robotics in China

    The televised group discussion appeared on Chinese television channel CCTV.

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    Alumnus Profile: Kerry Bernstein, Program Manager with DARPA

    Mr. Bernstein (BS EE 1978) joined DARPA in September 2012 as a program manager in the Microsystems Technology Office.

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    EE/SSE major Reed Dalton wins national swimming title at 2015 NCAA Championship

    Dalton’s record-breaking final time of 46.97 seconds won first place in the 100-yard butterfly at the 2015 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in Shenandoah, Texas.

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    Undergraduate Valedictorians for 2015 include two ESE students

    Eric Hsu (BS EE, SSE, & BME) and Grace Kuo (BS EE) are to be honored for their outstanding academic achievements.

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    ESE Alum Jennifer Dionne named as a Sloan Research Fellow

    Dr. Dionne (BS SSM & Physics, 2003), a professor in the Stanford Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, won the prestigious fellowship that honors outstanding young scientists.

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    Ching awarded Air Force Young Investigator grant to analyze brain dynamics

    The grant was one of 57 awards selected from a pool of over 200 proposals in 2015, and will use systems and control theory methods to analyze how networks of neurons behave over time.

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    Feinstein works to better measure risk in the financial system

    Dr. Zachary Feinstein, assistant professor in ESE, studies the mathematics of financial systems in order to mitigate financial crises and contagion.

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    Feinstein forgoes potential NBA career for Electrical and Systems Engineering

    Forgoing a potentially lucrative contract as a free agent in the NBA, Professor Zachary Feinstein has decided to remain focused on his duties at Washington University.

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    Alumnus Profile: Robert Kinberg, Partner and Intellectual Property Attorney at Venable LLP

    Robert Kinberg (BS EE 1970) practices Intellectual Property law, counsels clients in all aspects of patents, copyrights and trademarks, with a concentration in patent prosecution in diverse electrical and mechanical technologies in the US and foreign countries.

Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science, Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering

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