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Cui wins Best Student Paper Award at DSCC 2016


Leqing Cui

ME PhD student Leqing Cui, a member of the Precision Systems Design Lab (Prof. Awtar), is the recipient of the Best Student Paper Award at the 2016 Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (DSCC) for his paper titled, “Complex Non-Minimum Phase Zeros in the Dynamics of Double Parallelogram Flexure Module based Flexure Mechanisms.” Assistant Professor Chinedum Okwudire and Associate Professor Shorya Awtar were also authors on the paper.

The ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Division supports the Student Best Paper Competition, which aims to motivate future researchers to contribute to the Dynamic System and Control scientific community, by recognizing outstanding and original scientific work developed by students.

Among the six student paper finalists, ME PhD student Xin Zhou was also selected as a finalist for her paper titled, “Battery State of Health Monitoring by Estimation of the Number of Cyclable Li-ions.” Professor Jeffrey Stein and Assistant Research Scientist Tulga Ersal were also authors on the paper.

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