Given jointly by the Heart Rhythm Society and the Cardiac Electrophysiology Society, this award recognizes an individual who has made a significant and unique contribution to the field of cardiac pacing and electrophysiology as a basic scientist.
This honor recognizes members of the The Mineral, Metals, and Materials Society who have made outstanding contributions to the practice of metallurgy, materials science, and technology.
He is known for his efforts to bridge the gap between mathematical research in academia and industry, and to develop programs to prepare students in the mathematical sciences for careers outside of academia.
Ruchika Singhal is the Vice President of Global Health & Medtronic Labs, an internal business within Medtronic with the mission to expand access to healthcare for underserved patients, families and communities across the world.
Inspired by the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 dashboard, alumni Utkarsh Singh and Ayushi Mishra volunteered their platform—DronaMaps—to seven states across India to act as a command and control center during the pandemic, providing analytics like patient tracking, healthcare infrastructure tracking, containment and hotspot analysis, and predictions on spatial and epidemiological spread of the disease at a district level.
Researchers will develop a mathematical, statistical and computational framework that will explain the success of current deep network architectures, understand their pitfalls, and guide the design of novel architectures with guaranteed, robustness, interpretability, optimality, and transferability.
Gary Gadson is an assistant vice president at AT&T, where he leads the AT&T University organization of over 400 instructors and training experts in providing functional training for AT&T Technology and Operations (ATO) and AT&T Business.
Huang is known for his work on the reliability of next-generation operating and distributed systems.
The following message from Dean Ed Schlesinger was shared with the Whiting School community on June 17, 2020.