Eight Ohio State faculty receive NSF CAREER awards in 2015

Eight assistant professors received Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER awards in 2015 – the top award given by the National Science Foundation to junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of both.

The 2015 winners are:

  • Anne Co (chemistry and biochemistry)
  • Lori Dalton (electrical and computer engineering; biomedical informatics)
  • Lisa Hall (chemical and biomolecular engineering)
  • Brian Kulis (computer science and engineering)
  • Arnab Nandi (computer science and engineering)
  • Hannah Shafaat (chemistry and biochemistry)
  • Anastasios Sidiropoulos (mathematics; computer science and engineering)
  • Daniel Thompson (mathematics)

Four Ohio State researchers received CAREER awards in 2014. They are:

  • Carlos Castro (mechanical engineering)
  • Matthew Kahle (mathematics)
  • Luis Rademacher (computer science and engineering)
  • Christopher Stewart (computer science and engineering)