Professor Vaneet Aggarwal Named University Faculty Scholar

Aggarwal runs the maChine Learning and quANtum computing research (CLAN) Labs
Vaneet Aggarwal, professor of industrial engineering, receives his award from John A. Edwardson Dean of the College of Engineering Arvind Raman


Aggarwal also hosted the NSF Workshop on Post-Quantum AI in early April. His team also recently brought home the top prize at the Quantum Economic Development Consortium poster competition, and in 2020, he was named Purdue University's Most Impactful Faculty Inventor.  

The Faculty Scholars Program recognizes 120 exceptional mid-career faculty at Purdue who are on an accelerated path for academic distinction. Faculty are chosen for their commitment, expertise, and innovation in their fields. For the next five years, Dr. Aggarwal will receive an annual financial allocation of $10,000 to support and further his research efforts. 

Aggarwal and his peers were honored at a ceremony on April 19th. Among the honorees at the event was Tompkins Professor of Industrial Engineering Yuehwern Yih