Congratulations to Rice ECE alumna Sandhya Dwarkadas on being named an IEEE Fellow! Dr. Dwarkadas was elected Fellow "for contributions to shared memory and reconfigurability". She is currently the Albert Arendt Hopeman Professor of Engineering at the University of Rochester and is the Chair of the CS Department there. Dr. Dwarkadas received her PhD from Rice in 1993.Â
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