The work of five University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering faculty are frequently referenced by their peers, suggesting substantial contributions to advancing knowledge in their fields.
University of Minnesota professor Sachin Sapatnekar has been awarded the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA)’s University Research Award, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to semiconductor research.
University of Minnesota chemist Christy Haynes has been named one of Popular Science magazine’s “Brilliant 10,” an honor that recognizes an elite group of young scientists whose research is expected to dramatically impact their fields.
University of Minnesota mechanical engineering student Stephanie N. Zastrow is one of only five students nationally named as a 2010 Laureate by Tau Beta Pi, the world’s largest engineering society. Zastrow is the first University of Minnesota student to receive this award since its inception in 1982.