Kat Horvath Wins First Place for Presentation at ECE Retreat

At the annual Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Retreat, Ph.D. Student Kat Horvath presented on her work entitled "Designing a Coded Aperture Cycloidal Mass Analyzer to Detect Perfluorocarbon Tracers." This presentation won her first place amongst the students who presented along with $1,500 in prize money. Congratulations to Kat!