Posts Tagged ‘alum’

Alum Gives Back By Supporting STEAM In Local Schools

After retirement, Dr. Paul Wing (IEOR PhD ’71) was worried that without the right education children would be missing out on scientific and technological discoveries in “this amazing period of scientific advancements,” so he decided to take action to be sure his local schools were teaching the latest science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.  Read more…

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MEng Alumus Featured in Inc. ’30 under 30′ list

M.Eng alumnus Han Jin, founder and CEO of Lucid VR was recently featured in Inc. ’30 under 30′ list.  Lucid VR’s first product is the $499 LucidCam, a virtual reality camera that lets users capture the world in 3D. “It is among the first virtual reality cameras geared toward the average consumer,” said Jin. The…

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2017 Jengyee Prize Announced – Win a $2000 Scholarship!

Attention undergraduates! The 2017 Jengyee Prize – Leadership for a Better World — is now accepting applications. The $2,000 prize is awarded annually and is open to all undergraduate students with a sophomore or higher standing, regardless of gender, race, creed, or national origin. The Jengyee Prize – Leadership for a Better World aims to recognize well-rounded…

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IEOR Alum Mauricio G. C. Resende Chosen As INFORMS Fellow For Class Of 2016

IEOR Alum Mauricio G. C. Resende Chosen As INFORMS Fellow For Class Of 2016 Eugene Pang November 7, 2016 Mauricio G. C. Resende was chosen to be a 2016 INFORMS fellow. Resende received his PhD in Operations Research (’87) at the University of California Berkeley. Currently, he works as a principle research scientist for Amazon.com, Inc. According to…

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Alum Bets On Self-Driving Trucks

Otto’s offices in San Francisco.CreditRamin Rahimian for The New York Times IEOR alum and advisory board member Anthony Levandowski was featured in the New York Times today to profile his new startup, Otto, which aims to transform the truck-driving industry by integrating self-driving technology into current big-rigs. Due to the current high cost of self-driving car technology,…

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