Four Berkeley EECS undergraduates named in CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Research Awards

The Computing Research Association (CRA) Undergraduate Research Awards “recognizes undergraduate students in North American colleges and universities who show outstanding research potential in an area of computing research.” Each year, four students are selected for their contributions to multiple research projects, co-authoring papers, or presenting their work at large-scale conferences. Nominees typically complete summer research or internship programs, or serve their communities as teaching assistants, tutors, and mentors.

Ajay Sridhar, a 3rd-year EECS major advised by Sergey Levine, was selected as a finalist. Three Berkeley EECS students received honorable mentions: Parth Asawa, a 4th-year EECS and Business major advised by Aditya Parameswaran; Peter Donovan, a 3rd-year CS and Math major advised by Edward Lee; and Viansa Schmulbach, a 4th-year EECS major advised by Bora Nikolic.