Chen-Nee Chuah wins UC Davis ADVANCE Scholar Award

EECS Alumna Chen-Nee Chuah (M.S. '97/Ph.D. '01, Advisor: Randy Katz) has won a UC Davis’ ADVANCE Scholar Award, which honors UC Davis faculty members for advancing diverse perspectives and gender equity in STEM.  This award also recognizes Chuah's research achievements in electrical and computer engineering.  She joined the Department of ECE at Davis in 2002, and is a leading researcher in the area of communication networks, with an emphasis on internet measurements, routing, and learning-based networked applications. She is also the co-director of the newly formed Center for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Research, or CeDAR.  “Through her extensive mentoring of women, campus service in the ADVANCE Mentorship and Networking Initiative, and service to the profession, Chuah has contributed greatly to increasing gender diversity and advancing the careers of members from underrepresented groups in STEM,” the award announcement states.  Chuah has been invited to attend an award symposium next year to talk about her research and mentorship activities.