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2013 PhDs

2013 Class of Research Pros
After powering through equipment failures, false starts, discovering surprising breakthroughs, writing papers, giving presentations, mentoring students, receiving awards, but most importantly, accomplishing groundbreaking research , these students received their doctoral degrees in 2013.

Al Hero Al Hero Receives Prestigious SPS Award
Alfred O. Hero,  R. Jamison and Betty Williams Professor of Engineering, received the 2013 IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) Technical Achievement Award, "for information-theoretic advances in statistical signal processing and machine learning."
EE and Music Students See the Music in EE
At Michigan, non EE majors can get an introduction to the field through a course that teaches electrical circuits, systems and applications – with the help of a little music played on industry-standard equipment. Agilent featured the course, designed by Dr. Alexander Ganago, on their Educator’s Corner.
New Fellows New Fellows: IEEE and APS
Mingyan Liu: IEEE Fellow, for contributions to modeling of wireless ad-hoc and sensor networks.
Anatoly Maksimchuk: APS Fellow, for contributions to the understanding of short pulse high intensity laser-plasma interactions.
International Students Receive Fellowships
Pin-Yu Chen: specializes in signal processing approaches to big data analysis
Avish Kosari: specializes in ultra-low power radio technology
Mridul Mishra: specializes in wireless communications
Byeongseop Song: specializes in organic photovoltaics

Jason Davis, our new Alumni Affairs Coordinator, was recognized for his extraordinary commitment and dedication to diversity and inclusion with the 2013 U-M Distinguished Diversity Leaders Award.
Contact Jason with any alumni concerns at: (734) 764-7899, or 

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