Two New NSF Graduate Research Fellows

Perry Naughton and Alric Althoff were award National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships. Perry, a second year PhD student, is involved in engineering innovation that spans robotics, signal processing, and computer vision. He is currently a CISA3 NSF IGERT-TEECH fellow. Alric, a first year PhD student, studies algorithms and hardware for compressive sensing and tensor analysis. His research aims to both decrease cost and increase performance of sensors relevant to industry and science. Alric is currently funded by the San Diego Fellowship. They join the growing list of Kastner Group members receiving NSF Graduate Research Fellows; this includes current group members Jason Oberg and Dustin Richmond, and previous group members Bridget Benson and Jennifer Trezzo. See the CSE press release for more info