The director of the Robert W. Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation was recognized for contributions to the optimal scheduling of generation in a deregulated electricity market with variable renewable energy sources.
The prestigious award for junior faculty was given to four engineers and one physicist, marking the highest number of CAREER awards for Illinois Tech in any one academic year.
The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering recognized the chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering for his contributions to imaging of the human brain and muscle.
Adnan Haider (CS 2nd year), a finalist for the 2016 Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award, has published papers in the area of supercomputing, among others.
The computer science professor and author of more than 200 research articles was recognized for his work in the area of scheduling and resource allocation in wireless networks.