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NSF CAREER Awards

National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program, or CAREER, awards support promising junior faculty who have demonstrated outstanding research potential. The College of Engineering is proud to recognize our faculty who have been honored with a CAREER award.

Yantao Shen, Electrical and Biomedical Engineering

NSF CAREER: Adaptive Electro-Braille: A New Tactile Sensory Substitution and Assistive Technology for the Blind and Visually Impaired

2014-2019

Chanwoo Park, Mechanical Engineering

NSF CAREER: Multi-Scale Meniscus Thin-Film Evaporation Enhancement using Hierarchical Tri-Porous Media
2014-2019

Henry Fu, Mechanical Engineering

NSF CAREER: Microorganisms swimming around microstructural heterogeneity
2013-2018

Shamik Sengupta, Computer Science and Engineering**

NSF CAREER: Survivability and Self-coexistence in the Battle of Cognitive Radio Network Societies
2012-2017

Qizhen Li, Chemical and Materials Engineering

NSF CAREER: Synthesis, Microstructure and Properties of Novel Magnesium-based Nanoporous Materials
2011-2016

Jonghwan Suhr, Mechanical Engineering*

NSF CAREER: Biologically Inspired Artificial Skins with Continuous Carbon Nanotube Composites
2009-2011

Olivia Graeve, Chemical  and Materials Engineering*

NSF CAREER: Scaled-Up Manufacturing of Nanostructured Refractory Ceramics for High-Temperature Applications
2007-2012

Monica Nicolescu, Computer Science and Engineering

NSF CAREER: Design and Evaluation of Methods for Robot Learning by Demonstration
2006-2010

Jeffrey C. LaCombe, Chemical and Materials Engineering

NSF CAREER: Engineered Dendritic Microstructures
2004-2011

Eric Marchand, Civil and Environmental Engineering

NSF CAREER: Microbial-based Engineering Approaches for Prevention and Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage: An Integrated Research and Education Plan
2003-2009

John Black, Computer Science and Engineering*

NSF CAREER: Highly Optimized Provably Secure Cryptography
2002-2007

Amy Childress, Civil and Environmental Engineering*

NSF CAREER: A Comprehensive Experimental and Theoretical Investigation into Membrane Fouling
2001-2007

Yanyao Jiang, Mechanical Engineering

NSF CAREER: Micromechanics Mechanisms and Cyclic Mechanical Behavior
2002-2004

Sushil Louis, Computer Science and Engineering

NSF CAREER: Combining Genetic Algorithms with Case-Based Systems
1996-2000

*Faculty no longer at the University of Nevada, Reno

**Award granted at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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