Carnegie Mellon University

Radhika Katti

February 07, 2020

Katti Awarded Miller Presidential Fellowship

PhD candidate Radhika Katti has recently been awarded a Ruth Furman Miller and David H. Miller Presidential Fellowship in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Katti received her undergraduate degrees in Systems Engineering and Mathematics and a minor in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania. She is working with Professors Sean Qian, Costa Samaras, and Scott Matthews looking at integrating autonomous vehicles into daily life from a traffic systems perspective and how to use autonomous vehicles to control a mixed traffic flow.

“I am incredibly thankful to have received the Miller Presidential Fellowship," says Katti. "It is an honor to be on a path towards receiving a PhD in Civil Engineering from CMU alone; this fellowship only elevates that honor further.”

This award was made possible through a generous gift in 2016 from the estate of Ruth Furman Miller.