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Mosteller wins Best Student Paper Award at INCOSE International Symposium

Matt Mosteller receives the award from INCOSE President John Thomas.
Matt Mosteller receives the award from INCOSE President John Thomas.

MSSE student Matt Mosteller received the Brian Mar Best Student Paper Award for "Platforms for Engineering Experimental Biomedical Systems" at the International Council on Systems Engineering’s (INCOSE) 22nd Annual International Symposium. The paper was co-authored with ISR Director Reza Ghodssi (ECE/ISR), Associate Professor Mark Austin (CEE/ISR), and ISR postdoctoral researcher Shah-An Yang.

INCOSE President John Thomas presented Matt with the award, public recognition for his contribution to the discipline of systems engineering.

Matt plans to defend his thesis this summer and graduate with his Master of Science in Systems Engineering in August.

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