(MEng’19 BioE) has announced that his startup, Polygon, is now out of stealth mode and has become a vertically integrated psychology practice with tech-enabled in-house psychologists.
(MEng’22 IEOR) was named to the 2022 Nova 111 Student List
for industrial engineering, which highlights top talent in Spain between the ages of 18–25.
(Ph.D.’02 BioE) was appointed chair of the biomedical engineering department at Bucknell University.
(M.S.’88, Ph.D.’91 EECS) received the inaugural Mark Shannon Grand Challenges Award.
(Ph.D.’79 EECS) and Nickhil Jakatdar
(M.S.’98, Ph.D.’00 EECS) were selected for Berkeley’s EE Distinguished Alumni
honor, while Kimberly Keeton
(M.S.’94, Ph.D.’99) and Noam Nisan
(Ph.D.’89 CS) were selected for the CS Distinguished Alumni honor
(Ph.D.’12 BioE) is the new vice president of biology at New Culture, working on vegan cheese.
(Ph.D.’08 BioE), professor at Georgia Tech, was elected to the 2022 class of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows.
(MEng’14 BioE) reports that his startup, Eko
, has landed an additional $30M Series C extension for algorithmic heart problem detection.
(Ph.D.’17 IEOR) has joined Berkeley’s Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research as a new assistant teaching professor.
(MEng’18 IEOR) was named on Forbes’ “30 Under 30: Social Media”
list for the startup Snipfeed.
(B.S.’20 EECS), of Berkeley’s Bixby Center for Population, Health, and Sustainability, was accepted into the 2022 cohort of Bloomberg Fellows at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
(Ph.D.’86 IEOR), Berkeley professor of industrial engineering and operations research, was appointed the inaugural Ronald W. Wolff Chancellor’s Chair.
(MEng’22 BioE) and Max Monange
(MEng’22 NE) have launched SWiiFT
, a personalized platform dedicated to helping international students form connections through unique and improvised experiences.
(MEng’16 MSE) was named to MIT Technology Review’s list of “35 Innovators Under 35 for Climate Change”
for his work on solar power.
(B.S.’06 BioE) is now a tenured associate professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
(M.S.’18 EECS) is the founder of Aleo Systems, Inc., which raised $200 million in February of this year using the zero-knowledge proof technology developed by Shafi Goldwasser
(M.S.’81, Ph.D.’84 EECS), professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences and director of the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering inducted the following people into the 2021 class of its Academy of Distinguished Alumni
: Ross W. Boulanger
(M.S.’87, Ph.D.’90 CE), Donald W. Davies
(M.S.’90 CE), William J. Dunlay
(Ph.D.’74 CE), Lorraine N. Fleming
(Ph.D.’85 CE), Kimberly E. Kurtis
(M.S.’95, Ph.D.’98 CE), Julie L. Labonte
(M.S.’94 CE), Linsey C. Marr
(M.S.’97, Ph.D.’02 CE) and Judith Mitrani-Reiser