In late March the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department held its 2015 Ph.D. Poster Session, in which Azadeh Sheikholeslami won first place and the Special Tang Award, Prasana Ravindran took second place, and Hongtao Wang took third.
Sheikholeslami’s poster title was “Leveraging an Ephemeral Key to Obtain Everlasting Security in Wireless Environments,” and the faculty advisor was Dennis Goeckel. Sheikholeslami’s award was sponsored by the Shirley and Ting-Wei Tang Endowment.
The title of second-place finisher Ravindran was “Power-Optimized Temperature-Distributed Digital Data Link.” The advisor was Joe Bardin.
Wang’s third-place poster was called “Novel Instruments for Fluorescence Lifetime Measurements,” with Christopher Salthouse as the faculty advisor. (April 2014)