IEEE Ohio State leadership recognized by Columbus Chapter
IEEE Ohio State senior officers Eric Cheung, Tommy Summers and Amritesh Rai, along with Faculty Advisor Paul Berger, were each recognized by the Columbus Section of IEEE at their 2011 Spring Banquet.
Eric Cheung and Tommy Summers, co-presidents of the IEEE OSU Student Branch during the 2010-2011 school year, were each awarded a certificate and cash prize in recognition of their outstanding service to the IEEE OSU Student Branch. Both Cheung and Summers have since graduated. Cheung is currently working at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics as an engineer. Summers is employed at the Naval Research Lab as an associate engineer.
Amritesh Rai, vice-president of the IEEE OSU Student Branch from 2010-2011, was awarded a certificate and cash prize in recognition of his academic excellence. Rai is a senior electrical and computer engineering student who plans to graduates in winter 2012. He also recently received a 2011 Phi Kappa Phi Undergraduate Enrichment Award from The Ohio State Chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Paul Berger, faculty adviser of the IEEE OSU Student Branch and professor of ECE and Physics, was recognized and presented with a certificate for becoming a Fellow of the IEEE. In 2011, he was also named an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer for the Electron Devices Society (EDS).