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Deepak Inducted to Society of Tata Fellows; Wins Best Presentation Award at Pro-Seminar

Deepak Subramani was inducted to the MIT Tata Center Society of Fellows for completing 2 years of Tata Fellowship. He works on the project Coastal Forecasting for Sustainable Fisheries Management in India. He also won an award for the best presentation in the final fellowship review presentations at the Tata Pro-Seminar. Congratulations Deepak!

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Arkopal Cracks Ph.D Qualifying Exams

Congratulations to Arkopal Dutt for successfully clearing the MIT Mechanical Engineering Ph.D Qualifying Exams. Arkopal now begins his journey towards an outstanding Ph.D thesis. All the best!

Arkopal Wins an Award in MIT Math Graduate Course

Arkopal Dutt secured the second place award for his project in the 18.335 Introduction to Numerical Methods course at MIT. His project was titled “Algorithms for Low Rank Approximations: Contest Between Deterministic and Randomized”. Congratulations Arkopal!

Deepak Wins First Place in de Florez Competition 2017

Deepak Subramani, a Ph.D candidate in the MSEAS group has won the first place in the de Florez Competition 2017. This year’s competition saw 30 entries, from among which Deepak was placed first under the Graduate Science category.

Deepak Wins Wunsch Award for Outstanding Research

Deepak Subramani, Ph.D candidate in MSEAS group has been awarded the Wunsch Award for Outstanding Research 2017. He was presented with the award at the Mechanical Engineering Student Awards Lunch on 5/19/2017.

Jing wins travel award to attend UQ workshop at UT Austin

Jing Lin, a fifth year graduate student, has been selected to receive a travel award to attend the Workshop on Uncertainty Quantification and Data-Driven Modeling, to be held from March 23 to 24, 2017, at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas, USA. Congratulations Jing!

Deepak and Florian win awards at the MechE Research Exhibition 2016

Congratulations to Deepak Subramani, PhD Student, for winning the Esteemed Presenter award in the Best Live Demo Category and Florian Feppon, MS Student, for winning an Honorable Mention award at the Mechanical Engineering Research Exhibition (MERE) 2016 (Link). The exhibition had more than 80 presenters and 450 attendees.

Florian Feppon wins MIT award for Excellence in Research

Florian Feppon has received the Wunsch Foundation Silent Hoist and Crane Award for Outstanding Graduate Research. The honor was presented at the Mechanical Engineering Student Awards Luncheon on Friday, May 13, 2016. An honor well-deserved. Congratulations Florian!

LT Matthew Swezey awarded First Prize at ASNE Day 2016 Student Poster Competition

Congratulations to LT Matthew Swezey for being awarded the First Prize for his poster on “Ocean Acoustic Uncertainty – For Submarine Applications” at the ASNE Day 2016 Student Poster Competition. ASNE Day is an annual meeting of the American Society of Naval Engineers, which features keynote speakers, panel presentations, technical papers presented by subject matter experts and various student specific programs. Keynote speakers this year included Secretary Stackley the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition.

Florian Feppon awarded the Médaille Louis-Édouard Rivot of the French Académie des Sciences

Congratulations to Florian Feppon for being awarded the Médaille Louis-Édouard Rivot of the French Académie des Sciences. This is in recognition for the scientific research on “Design and optimization for Wear of Bi-Material Composite Surfaces” that he performed at Lehigh University (Bethlehem, PA) as a visiting research scholar, under the direction of Prof. Grégoire Allaire (Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées, École Polytechnique) and Prof. Vermaak (Mechanical Engineering, Lehigh University).

Deepak Subramani wins the Best Computational Presentation award at the MechE Research Exhibition

Congratulations to Deepak Subramani, PhD Student, for winning the Esteemed Presenter award in the Best Theoretical or Computational Category at the Mechanical Engineering Research Exhibition (MERE) 2015 (Link). The exhibition had more than 80 presenters and 450 attendees.

Deepak Subramani and Tapovan Lolla win the “2015 de Florez Design Competition” Honorable Mention award

MSEAS Team of Deepak Subramani and Tapovan Lolla presented their results on “Optimal Path-Planning in Dynamic Environments” at the 2015 de Florez Design competition and won the “Honorable Mention cash award” in the Graduate Science category. The competition website is here.

Deepak Subramani wins the best poster award at CDO/CCE Symposium 2015.

Deepak Subramani was awarded the best poster award for the poster titled A Stochastic Optimization Method for Energy-based Path Planning at the Computations for Design and Optimization / Center for Computational Engineering Symposium 2015. Congratulations Deepak!

Deepak Subramani wins the runner-up poster award at DyDESS 2014.

Deepak Subramani was awarded the runners up position for the poster titled “A Stochastic Optimization Method for Energy-based Path Planning” at the Dynamic Data Driven Environmental System Sciences Conference 2014. Congratulations Deepak!

Jing Lin wins MIT award for Academic Excellence

Jing Lin has received the Wunsch Foundation Silent Hoist and Crane Award for Academic Excellence. The honor was presented at the Mechanical Engineering Student Awards Luncheon on Thursday, May 15, 2013. An honor well-deserved. Congratulations Jing!

Tapovan Lolla wins MIT award for Excellence in Research

Tapovan Lolla has received the Wunsch Foundation Silent Hoist and Crane Award for Excellence in Research. The honor was presented at the Mechanical Engineering Student Awards Luncheon on Thursday, May 15, 2013. An honor well-deserved. Congratulations Tapovan!

Tapovan Lolla wins MIT award for Academic Excellence

Tapovan Lolla has received the Wunsch Foundation Silent Hoist and Crane Award for Academic Excellence. The honor was presented at the Mechanical Engineering Student Awards Luncheon on Thursday, May 16, 2013. An honor well-deserved. Congratulations Tapovan!

Mattheus Ueckermann wins NSERC scholarship

March 2010: Mattheus Ueckermann has been awarded a competitive National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada PostGraduate Scholarship. The NSERC Postgraduate Scholarships (PGS) Program provides financial support to high-calibre students who are engaged in master’s or doctoral programs in the natural sciences or engineering. This support allows these students to fully concentrate on their studies and to seek out the best research mentors in their chosen fields. Congratulations Matt!

Prof. Lermusiaux receives the “Ruth and Joel Spira Award for Distinguished Teaching”

March 2010: Prof. Pierre Lermusiaux received an MIT School of Engineering teaching award, the “Ruth and Joel Spira Award for Distinguished Teaching”. This award is given to one faculty member each in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, and Nuclear Science and Engineering to acknowledge “the tradition of high quality engineering education at MIT”.