CSE Graduate Student Amin Ansari has won the 2010 College of Engineering Distinguished Achievement Award. Distinguished Achievement Awards are given to a graduate student in each degree program to recognize academic and research excellence.
Amin is a member of the Compilers Creating Custom Processors (CCCP) group and is advised by Prof. Scott Mahlke. He works in the area of designing new computer systems that can continue to function properly even when many of the transistors are faulty.
Pictured above are Erdogan Gulari, College of Engineering Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education (left), and Amin Ansari (right).
Posted: April 12, 2010