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2018 EECS Outstanding Achievement Awards

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The EECS Outstanding Achievement Awards are presented annually to faculty members for their outstanding accomplishments in teaching, research, and service.

The recipients of the 2018 EECS Outstanding Achievement Award are:

Peter M. Chen

Peter Chen

For outstanding service and contributions as CSE Interim Chair; service to the undergraduate program as Chief Program Advisor for CS-Eng; highly-recognized research in operating systems and virtual machines; and leadership in the professional community.

Jason Corso

Jason Corso

For outstanding research on high-level computer vision and applications to video understanding, activity recognition, medical imaging, and robotics; and leadership in computer vision and robotics both at Michigan and the wider professional community.

Jason Flinn

Jason Flinn

For groundbreaking contributions in operating systems research; dedicated service as Chair of CSE Graduate Admissions; and outstanding performance as an educator and mentor of undergraduate and graduate students.

PC Ku

PC Ku

For his outstanding service and contribution to the EE undergraduate program, his research on strain-engineered GaN based single photon source and colored LEDs, and his service to the professional society.



Posted: January 2018