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Lehigh Engineering Ph.D.s engage in cutting-edge research at prominent institutions all over the world. Here are a few recent examples:
Zumbal Atan ’10 Ph.D. is an assistant professor of industrial engineering and innovation sciences at the Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands. Her research interests include revenue management, queueing theory and multiechelon supply chains.
As a postdoctoral fellow in robotics at the University of Pennsylvania, Jason C. Derenick ’05 M.S., ’09 Ph.D., seeks to control large-scale multi-robot systems.
Now an assistant professor of electrical engineering at Case Western, Hongping Zhao ’11 Ph.D. (seated) published an impressive 23 journal articles and 40 conference papers while studying at Lehigh.
Faisal M. Alamgir ’03 Ph.D., a former postdoc at Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York, is now an assistant professor of materials science and engineering at Georgia Tech, where he investigates materials for energy applications.
Susan Daniel ’99, ’01 M.S., ’05 Ph.D., an assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at Cornell University, makes novel devices for applications ranging from material transport in microfluidic devices to biological assays and sensors.
With three degrees from Lehigh, Andrew Anthony Herzing ’02, ’04 M.S., ’07 Ph.D., joined the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Maryland, studying chemical analysis of engineered nanostructures.
Ban Hashem Kawas ’08 M.S., ’10 Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow at the IBM Research Lab in Zurich, Switzerland, studies risk and optimization in large-scale decision-making.
To learn more about the achievements of Lehigh engineers, visit the Lehigh Engineering Heritage Initiative at www.lehigh.edu/heritage