Katherine Yelick

Katherine Yelick (Photo courtesy Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

NAE Class of 2017

A group of eight from the Berkeley Engineering community have joined 75 active and emeriti college faculty members in the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the profession’s highest honors.

The three faculty members (including one alumnus) named to the academy’s class of 2017 are:

Gerbrand Ceder (Ph.D.’91 MSE), Chancellor’s Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

Tsu-Jae King Liu, TSMC Distinguished Professor in Microelectronics and vice provost for academic and space planning

Katherine Yelick, professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences and associate laboratory director for computing sciences at Berkeley Lab

They are joined by these Berkeley alumni:

Ross Boulanger (Ph.D.’90 CE), professor and director, Center for Geotechnical Engineering, department of civil and environmental engineering, University of California, Davis

Andrea Jo Goldsmith (B.S.’86, M.S.’91, Ph.D.’94 EECS),
Stephen Harris Professor of Engineering, department of electrical engineering, Stanford University

Jagdish Narayan (M.S.’70 MSE), John C.C. Fan Distinguished Chair Professor, department of materials science and engineering, North Carolina State University

And by two current Berkeley Engineering Advisory Board members:

Harry Shum, executive vice president of technology and research at Microsoft (foreign member)

Darlene Solomon, senior vice president and chief technology officer at Agilent Technologies

Topics: Faculty, Alumni, Honors & awards

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