Awards Banquet 2019

awards banquet 2019
Guests at the Awards Banquet 2019

The awards banquet in 2019 was held at the elegant Ceresville Mansion in Frederick, Maryland.  Despite its distance from Washington DC, the banquet was well attended and everyone had a wonderful time at this new venue!

Our keynote speaker was Dr. Ming Lin, Chair of the Computer Science Department at the University of Maryland.   A video of her presentation is shown on the home page.

Eight local scientists and engineers were recognized for their superior achievements at the awards banquet.  Below is a video of the awards ceremony:

2019 Award Recipients

The award ceremony was officiated by the President of the Academy, Judy Staveley and the VP for Membership, Ram Sriram.

Carasso – Boisvert

The Excellence in Research in Applied Mathematics award was given to Alfred S. Carasso, who was introduced by Ronald Boisvert.

 

Moayeri – Romine

The Excellence in Research in Computer Science award was given to
Nader Moayeri, who was introduced by Charles H. Romine.

 

Saunders – Donahue

The Excellence in Research in Mathematics and Computer Science award was given to Bonita V. Saunders, who was introduced by Michael Donahue.

 

Sriram – Basch

The Leadership in Health Informatics award was given to
Peter Basch, who was introduced by Ram D. Sriram.

 

Svedberg – Mallett

The Leadership in Material Science award was given to
Erik B. Svedberg, who was introduced by Jon Mallett.

 

Kaufhold – Egenrieder

The Leadership in Computer Science award was given to
John P. Kaufhold, who was introduced by James Egenrieder.

 

Sriram – Manocha

The Distinguished Career in Computer Science award was given to
Dinesh Manocha, who was introduced by Ram D. Sriram.

 

Madhavan – Romig, Jr.

The Distinguished Career in Engineering award was given to
Alton Romig, Jr., who was introduced by Guru Madhavan.

Congratulations to all of these extraordinary awardees!