- Arron Melvin ’01 *07 raced cars before coming to Princeton, and as a mechanical and aerospace engineering major, he found he had a knack for understanding the science of what makes cars go fast — fields such as fluid mechanics and aerodynamics.
- Professor Naomi Leonard will be honored for her research in the field of cooperative control of autonomous vehicles.
- Professor Emily A. Carter is the recipient of the 2015-16 Joseph O. Hirschfelder Prize in Theoretical Chemistry.Four Nobel Prize winners are among the honorees. She is the first female scientist and first professor at Princeton University to receive this prestigious honor.
Researchers at Princeton University's Edge Lab are leading a global effort -- with scientists and business leaders at ARM, Cisco, Dell, Intel and Microsoft -- to develop an important new mobile technology: fog networks.
One researcher at the School of Engineering and Applied Science has been awarded the 2015 New York Academy of Sciences' Blavatnik Regional Award for Young Scientists and a second has been named a finalist.