Scientific boundary-crossing initiatives are what help scientists stepping across boundary lines that traditionally mark the divide between scientific disciplines.
We proudly announced that he had won the award for the "Best Research Paper" at the 2015 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium for his research on artificial skin.
Ahmed Alfadhel, a Ph.D. student of Electrical Engineering in the Computer Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering division and under the supervision of Prof. Jurgen Kosel received the best student paper award at the IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium 2015.
Prof. Jurgen Kosel has been elevated to the rank of Senior Member of IEEE. This is considered an important honor since only 8% of nearly 400,000 IEEE members are Senior Members because of their superior professional achievements.