Wednesday, May 18, 2016

TerraSwarm PI Sanjit Seshia to Receive 2016 Frederick Emmons Terman Award

TerraSwarm PI Sanjit Seshia will be presented with the 2016 Frederick Emmons Terman Award in October at the 46th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference. The Frederick Emmons Terman Award, sponsored by the Hewlet-Packard Company since 1969, recognizes the contributions of one outstanding young electrical/ computer engineering educator to the profession annually.

Technologies Sanjit Seshia and his group developed support the first online course offering to include a physics-based virtual robotics laboratory along with automatic built-in grading and feedback. His other contributions to the field include co-authorship of "Introduction to Embedded Systems - A Cyber-Physical Systems Approach," a textbook used at UC Berkeley and universities globally. Previous award recipients include Ali Niknejad (2012), Randy Katz (1999), TerraSwarm PI Edward Lee (1997), and Leon Chua (1974).

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