Chris Diorio: Professional Awards
- PSoC Design Challenge 2002, Cypress MicroSystems
Contest. Neurochip: Using
Configurable Microelectronics to Study Neurobiology and Animal Behavior.
Honorable Mention, September 2002.
- Awarded the University of Washington Distinguished
Teaching Award on June 7, 2001 (also here).
- Outstanding Educator nominee at the 2001 College
of Engineering Recognition Awards Program on May 7, 2001.
- Awarded an ONR
Young Investigator Program
Award on February 6, 2001.
- Awarded an Alfred
P. Sloan Foundation Research
Fellowship on Feb. 4, 2000.
- Distinguished Lecture Series invitee, the University
of Virginia, Department of Computer
Science, Jan. 24, 2000. Talk title: “Biologically Inspired Computation”.
- Awarded an NSF Presidential
Early Career Award in Science and Engineering (PECASE) on February
10, 1999 (also here).
- Awarded a five-year Packard
Foundation Fellowship in science and engineering from the David
and Lucile Packard Foundation on October 13, 1998.
- Awarded an NSF CAREER
Award on May 15, 1998.
- Awarded the Electron
Devices Society’s 1996 Paul
Rappaport Award for the best paper in an IEEE
during 1996, for "A
single-transistor silicon synapse," IEEE Trans. Electron Devices,
vol. 43, no. 11, pp. 1972–1980, 1996.
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