"Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences"
Iverson Charles Bell III, EE (second place) - "Electrodynamic Tethers for ChipSats and Nanospacecrafts"
"Computer Science and Engineering"
Min Sun, EE:S (first place) - "Depth-Encoded Hough Voting for Joint Object Detection and Shape Recovery"
"MEMS and Microfluidics"
Ethem Erkan Aktakka, EE (first place) - "A New Process for Piezoelectric MEMS"
"Power, Control, and Mechatronics"
Koushil Sreenath, EE:S (first place) - "Nonlinear Feedback Control to Achieve Running on MABEL"
"RF and Applied Electromagnetics"
Felipe Andres Valdes-Valenzuela, EE (first place) - "On the Regularization of Single Source Combined Integral Equations for Analyzing Scattering from Homogeneous Penetrable Objects"
Mehrnoosh Vahidpour, EE (second place) - "Fabrication and Performance Evaluation of Micromachined Cavity-backed Co-Planar Waveguide to Rectangular Waveguide Transition at Y-band Frequencies"
"Signal Processing and Communications"
Cem Tekin, EE:S (first place) - "Online Algorithms for Opportunistic Spectrum Access with Markovian Channels"
Antonios Matakos, EE:S (second place) - "Dynamic MR Image and Field Map Joint Reconstruction Accounting for Through-plane Field Map Gradients"
"Solid-State Circuits, VLSI and CAD"
Nick Collins and Andres Tamez, both EE (first place) - "Energy Efficient Analog-Digital Interfaces"
"Solid-State Physics and Photonics"
Brian Roberts, EE (first place) - "Physics of Metal-Assisted Light Trapping in Thin-Film Solar Cells"
Anne Marie Itsuno, EE (second place) - "Beyond the HgCdTe P-N Junction: Alternative Detector Structures for Performance Improvement"
"Biomedical Imaging, Fluoroscopy and Microscopy"
Eric Tkaczyk, EE (first place, oral presentation)
"Electronic Materials and MEMS"
Willie Bowen, EE (first place, oral presentation)
Pierre-Yves Emelie, EE (third place, oral presentation)
Scott Rudolph, EE (first place, oral presentation)
Michael Thiel, EE (first place, poster presentation)
Ruba Borno, EE (second place, poster presentation)