Azita Emami Appointed to DARPA’s MEC Group
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has named Azita Emami to the Microsystems Exploratory Council (MEC) for a three-year term beginning this summer. Emami is Andrew and Peggy Cherng Professor of Electrical Engineering and Medical Engineering; Executive Officer for Electrical Engineering; and Director, Center for Sensing to Intelligence. MEC brings over 30 of the brightest scientists and engineers together to identify new areas of development in microsystems science and technology and to recommend future possible research directions. The MEC Group was established by DARPA in 2017 to support its technology offices and provide continuing and independent assessment of the state of advanced microsystem technology as it relates to the U.S. Department of Defense.
Amy Pham Receives 2022 Henry Ford II Scholar Award
Amy Pham, advised by Steven Low, Frank J. Gilloon Professor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences and Electrical Engineering, is one of four recipients of the 2022 Henry Ford II Scholar Award. Amy is interested in robotics, cryptology, and cybersecurity, and enjoys taking classes that involve both programming and mechanical engineering. This summer, Amy will be interning at Amazon as a software engineer under the CloudTrail team. After graduation, she plans to pursue a masters in cybersecurity or robotics. The Henry Ford II Scholar Award is funded under an endowment provided by the Ford Motor Company Fund. The award is made annually to engineering students with the best academic record at the end of the third year of undergraduate study.
Henry Ford II Scholar Award