Congratulations to the recent award recipients and honorees in our department!
Jeong Hun Kim
Tae Jin Kim
Tae Jin Kim
Electronics Design Lab
Digital Systems Fundamentals
ECE Team Project
Undergraduate Research Projects
Please congratulate this year’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Departmental award winners!
John Boswell Whitehead Award
John Boswell Whitehead was named Professor of Electrical Engineering in 1910 and began a program in Applied Electricity that led to the formation of the Electrical Engineering Department. Professor Whitehead was also the first Dean of the School of Engineering. This award is presented annually for outstanding achievements in electrical and computer engineering by an undergraduate student.
The John Boswell Whitehead Award in Electrical Engineering is presented to Zhuo Zhang.
William H. Huggins Awards
William H. Huggins was chair of the Electrical Engineering Department from 1970 to 1975. Dr. Huggins was a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a fellow of the IEEE, and was the recipient of the IEEE Educational Medal and the IEEE Edison Medal. These awards are presented annually to senior and junior students in Electrical and Computer Engineering for outstanding scholarship and service to the department and to his or her fellow students.
The William H. Huggins Junior Award for Electrical Engineering is presented to Zhengyun Ji.
The William H. Huggins Junior Award for Computer Engineering is presented to Bo Liu.
The William H. Huggins Senior Award for Electrical Engineering is presented to Ruta Patel.
The William H. Huggins Senior Award for Computer Engineering is presented to Michael Lombardo.
The Charles A. Conklin Award
Charles A. Conklin III earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Johns Hopkins in 1927. This award is presented to outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineering seniors to recognize their academic achievements.
The Charles A. Conklin Award in Electrical Engineering is presented to Andrew Dykman.
The Charles A. Conklin Award in Computer Engineering is presented to Clayton Minicus.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Leadership Award
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Leadership Award recognizes significant achievement by a graduating senior for leadership and service in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Leadership Award is presented to Adebayo Eisape.
The Muly Family Undergraduate Research Award
This award supports undergraduate student research and is awarded annually to an exceptional undergraduate student conducting research in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. It was established by Emil ’56 and Faye Muly in honor of their family who include several generations of Hopkins alumni.
The Muly Family Undergraduate Research Award is presented to Andrew Dykman.
2015-2016 Arduino Design Competition Award
The Arduino Design Competition is a platform where teams try to design the most creative, innovative or unique device. Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for anyone making interactive projects. Arduino senses the environment by receiving inputs from many sensors, and affects its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators. You can tell your Arduino what to do by writing code in the Arduino programming language and using the Arduino development environment.
The 2015-2016 Arduino Design Competition Award is presented to Christopher Kulawik and Michael Patti.