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  1. 81.

    Dani Hoover named to Capital One Academic All-District Team

    Systems Science & Engineering senior Dani Hoover has a 4.0 grade point average and is one of five NCAA Division III women’s basketball players to receive Academic All-District Five honors.

  1. 82.

    John Sommerer named Director of Science & Technology and Chief Technology Officer of the DOD-Afilliated Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

    Alumnus John Sommerer (BSSSM, MSSSM 1979) became the Director of Science & Technology and Chief Technology Officer of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in 2009.

  1. 83.

    Sandeep Gogineni, a PhD student, won best paper award at WDD'12

    PhD student Sandeep Gogineni won the best paper award in the student paper competition at the International Waveform Diversity and Design (WDD) Conference, January 2012.

  1. 84.

    Student entrepreneur opens restaurant in St. Louis

    Systems Engineering junior Sarah Haselkorn is the co-owner of Green Bean, a new restaurant in St. Louis' Central West End neighborhood. Green Bean serves salads and wraps, with a focus on local ingredients.

  1. 85.

    Chung-Ping Hung, a PhD student, and Professor Paul Min won best paper award at MOBILITY'11

    PhD student Chung-Ping Hung and Professor Paul S. Min, co-authored a paper on performance evaluation of virtualization services and cloud computing, and were awarded a best paper award at the MOBILITY'11 Conference, Barcelona, Spain, October 2011.

  1. 86.

    Zachary Lemnios named Assistant Secretary of Defense of Research and Engineering

    Alumnus Zachary Lemnios (MSEE 1979) was appointed to the position of Assistant Secretary of Research and Engineering in the United States Department of Defense and confirmed by the United States Senate.

  1. 87.

    IEEE Black Box Competition (2012)

    Alex Gu and Percy Fang were the closest in correctly identifying the internal electronic components by reverse-engineering the black box given to the contestants. James Harrang and Chuck Homes were placed second in the competition, closely behind Alex Gu and Percy Fang.

  1. 88.

    Eight Engineering students earn prestigious NSF research fellowships

    National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships are awarded for "the potential to contribute to strengthening the vitality of the U.S. science and engineering enterprise."

  1. 89.

    Technology Review names alumna Jennifer Dionne one of the 2011 Innovators under 35

    Each year, the TR35 award "honors 35 innovators under 35 whose work promises to change the world." Dionne's award was for her work on increasing the output of solar cells via upconversion.

  1. 90.

    Inside & Out: A security analyst’s assessment

    Alumnus John Gannon, PhD, a national security expert, is president of the intelligence and security arm of BAE Systems, a global aerospace, defense and security company.

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