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May 15, 2020

Saurabh contributes to vision paper on reliability and security of IoT

CRISP Director Saurabh Bagchi led a team of researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Southern California, and University of Massachusetts at Amherst to create a vision document for reliability, security, networking, and systems challenges for IoT. This came out of the NSF Computer Systems Research and Networking PI meeting in 2019 where the four faculty led the breakout on IoT. This document has been invited for publication at the IEEE IoT Journal.
March 10, 2020

CRISP Graduate Student from Civil Engineering wins best thesis/dissertation award in the field of transportation policy and planning

PhD student Theodora Konstantinou in Civil Engineering, working with CRISP Thrust Lead Nadia Gkritza, has received the Charley V. Wootan Memorial Award from the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC). The award is given annually for the best Doctoral dissertation and Master's thesis in the field of policy and planning in transportation studies. This national student award recognizes her outstanding Master's thesis, "Market Adoption and Impact of Electric Roadways on Criteria Pollutants and Greenhouse Gas Emissions." The award will be presented at the 2020 CUTC Awards Banquet on Saturday January 11, 2020 in Washington, D.C.
March 10, 2020

Work on mobile crowdsensing by Director Saurabh Bagchi and his colleagues wins best paper award

A Purdue ECE and CS team comprising faculty members Saurabh Bagchi and He Wang, working with AT&T Labs Research has won the best paper award at the recently concluded 17th ACM International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks (EWSN) at Lyon, France. The paper shows how to perform efficient mobile crowdsensing using smartphones and reports on a study done on Purdue campus with 50 Purdue students collaboratively creating a barometric pressure map of the campus.
March 1, 2020

CRISP Graduate Student Hemant Gehlot wins best paper award at IFAC Workshop co-authored with Associate Director Shreyas Sundaram

Civil Engineering graduate student Hemant Gehlot, working with CRISP Associate Director Shreyas Sundaram, received the Best Student Paper finalist award at the 8th IFAC Workshop on Distributed Estimation and Control in Networked Systems (NECSYS), Chicago, IL, for his paper: H. Gehlot, S. Sundaram, and S. Ukkusuri, "Approximation algorithms for the recovery of infrastructure after disasters under precedence constraints".
September 8, 2019

David Warsinger of Mechanical Engineering and expert in food energy nexus joins CRISP

David Warsinger, Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering and the Birck Nanotechnology Center, has joined CRISP as an Affiliate Faculty member. David’s research focuses on the water-energy nexus, with approaches from thermofluids and nanoengineering. He is especially interested in energy efficient and robust systems that can safeguard human health, including disinfection and agricultural water. David completed his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at MIT, and his B.S. and M.Eng at Cornell. After his PhD, David did Postdoctoral research at MIT and Yale with Meny Elimelech and Jaehong Kim.
August 23, 2019

New NSF project on resilient use of accelerators

A team of four ECE faculty members won a research award from the National Science Foundation to broaden the applicability of accelerators, like GPUs, including its reliable use under varying workload conditions. The team includes CRISP faculty members, Saurabh Bagchi, Milind Kulkarni, and Felix Lin.
June 20, 2019

Felix Lin wins NSF CAREER Award

Felix Lin, Assistant Professor in ECE and CRISP Thrust Lead in Cyber-physical systems, has won the NSF CAREER award. The project titled "A Trustworthy and Verifiable Software Backplane for the Cloud Edge" is for 5 years and started June 1, 2019.
May 4, 2019

Shaoshuai Mou receives 2019 outstanding faculty mentor award

CRISP Affiliate Faculty, Shaoshuai Mou, an assistant professor in the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, has been selected as the Outstanding Faculty Mentor of Engineering Graduate Students. The award is presented annually by the College of Engineering to an individual faculty member in each School of Engineering to recognize outstanding work mentoring master’s and Ph.D. students.
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