In the recent M.Eng. graduation ceremony, two PEESE M.Eng. students were recognized with distinguished awards by the Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Imran Yasin received the 2017 Outstanding M.Eng. Project Award (one student per year). Imran’s project is on “Application of Data Mining Principles for making predictive model for high Product Quality” with application to bio-pharmaceutical manufacturing. He also recently presented his research at the M.Eng. retreat on the theme of “Leading the Way in Professional Engineering Education: Reflecting on Cornell Engineering’s Current and Future MEng Program’s Impact on the World” to hundred of attendees (department chairs & directors, industry participants Engineering Council members, and alums). Imran is now working as a Quality Assurance Supervisor at BASF. The 2016 Project Award was given to Minhao Li, who also did the M.Eng project at PEESE last year.
Additionally, Ivy Lai Miller received the 2017 Best M.Eng. Teaching Assistant (two students per year). Ivy earned this award through her outstanding performance as the TA for the senior design course, ChemE 4620, in the Spring semester. Both Imran and Ivy received $500 cash prizes.
Congratulations, Imran and Ivy!