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Jefferson (Zé) Kielwagen, a lecturer in the Department of Arts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, recently opened a solo art show at the Edi Balod Gallery in Criciúma, Brazil.
Isabel Vineyard and Yishu Yu were recently awarded prizes in the 2022 Lyceum Fellowship Competition.
Rensselaer doctoral student Richard Healy and Dr. Farhan Gandhi, director of the Center for Mobility with Vertical Lift (MOVE), have won a best paper award from the aircraft design technical sessions at the Vertical Flight Society’s 78th Annual Forum & Technology Display. The paper will also be considered for the overall Alfred Gessow best paper award.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Deborah McGuinness was recently awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award during the 2022 Knowledge Graph Conference, recognizing her contributions in semantics and knowledge graphs.
Four Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute students affiliated with the Center for Mobility with Vertical Lift (the MOVE Center) won the prestigious 2022 Vertical Flight Foundation Scholarship awards through the Vertical Flight Society. These awards recognize outstanding accomplishments in the field of vertical flight, with specific awards named in honor of different pioneers of the field.
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