From the standpoint of member companies, one of the outstanding benefits of participation in an I/UCRC is the opportunity to work with graduate students who are being exposed to industrial needs and practices. These students have learned to pursue their research with a view toward improving the competitiveness of U.S. industry. Graduates of I/UCRCs represent an effective and long-lasting form of knowledge transfer for their employers.
Through innovative education of these talented graduate and undergraduate students, the I/UCRC provides the next generation of scientists and engineers with a broad, industrially oriented perspective on engineering research and practice. We are proud to recognize these students.
Tawfiq Shaw, MS 2015, Armor (formerly FireHost)
Satyajeet Nimgaonkar, PhD, 2014, Cisco
Paul Lin, PhD 2014, McDaniel College
Tomislav Janjusic, PhD, 2013, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jayantha Kumara Muthukudage, PhD 2013, Conversion Health
Ruwan Nawarathna, PhD, 2013, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
Jared Sherman, MS, 2012, Raytheon
Brandon Potter, BS 2012, AMD
Ademola Fawibe, MS 2011, PepsiCo
Stojan Bacev, BS 2010, Raytheon
Richard Gilbert, BS, 2010, CA Technolgoies
Izuchukwu Nwachukwu, MS 2008, Texas Instruments