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S.K. Gupta Earns Best Paper & "Trailblazer" Awards

S.K. Gupta Earns Best Paper & "Trailblazer" Awards

Associate Professor S.K. Gupta (ME/ISR) and his Ph.D. student Tao Peng received the Best Paper Award at the 2006 ASME Computers and Information in Engineering Conference in Philadelphia, Sept. 10-13. "A Computational Framework for Point Cloud Construction Using Digital Projection Patterns" was judged the best of the 94 papers presented at the conference.

In addition, Gupta and ISR-affiliated Associate Professor Ralph Etienne-Cummings (Johns Hopkins) were recently designated as "Trailblazers" by Science Spectrum magazine. The publication annually honors 70 "outstanding Hispanic, Asian American, Native American and Black professionals in the science arena whose leadership and innovative thinking on the job and in the community extend throughout and beyond their industry."

September 15, 2006


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