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ISR organizing interdisciplinary student group

Students from across the Clark School of Engineering who are advised by ISR faculty have been invited to develop ISR’s interdisciplinary student organization.

A committee is now meeting to organize activities that will introduce and familiarize graduate students with the Institute for Systems Research, its current research activities and opportunities, and its cross-disciplinary involvement with departments at the University of Maryland, local industry and government.

Over the next year, this Student Organization Committee will establish an active student organization that will give graduate students from ISR’s various disciplines opportunities to meet, enjoy camaraderie, and do things together.

Members of the ISR Student Organization Committee

Graham Aldredge, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, advised by AndréTits
Parastoo Delgoshei, Institute for Systems Research, advised by Mark Austin
Moein Ganji, Department of Civil Engineering, advised by David Lovell
Ms. Kayla Gaydosh, Institute for Systems Research, advised by Mark Austin
Konstantinos (Kostas) Gerasopoulos, Department of Materials Science & Engineering, advised by Reza Ghodssi
Choon Lee, Department of Computer Science, advised by Richard La
Adam W. Montjoy, Department of Mechanical Engineering, advised by Jeffery Herrmann

March 11, 2010


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