Mitchell Small and Anthony Rowe are Co-recipients of 2015 Steven J. Fenves Award-Engineering Research Accelerator - Carnegie Mellon University

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Mitchell Small and Anthony Rowe are Co-recipients of 2015 Steven J. Fenves Award

This past summer, College of Engineering Dean James H. Garrett and ICES Director Burak Ozdoganlar were pleased to announce Mitchell Small and Anthony Rowe as the co-recipients of the 2005 Steven J. Fenves Award. The award is presented to individuals within Carnegie Mellon every year who have made a significant contribution to systems research in areas relevant to ICES. Drs. Small and Rowe received their awards at the College of Engineering Awards Ceremony and Banquet on October 20, 2015.

Dr. Small, the H. John Heinz Professor of civil and environmental engineering, was recognized for his significant research contributions to developing novel risk assessment methods for drinking water systems.

Dr. Rowe, assistant research professor of electrical and computer engineering, was recognized for his contributions to the innovation, design, development and deployment of wireless sensing networks and devices to improve environmental attributes.