Engineering Distinguished Researcher Award
The Engineering Distinguished Researcher Award recognizes sustained and consistent research excellence by a full-time full professor within the college. The award was established in 2016 to recognize significant achievements over a person’s research career. The selection committee uses the following criteria for this award:
Sustained and consistent research activities including most of the following:
- External funding support and expenditures
- Refereed Publications and Citations
- Intellectual Products including Patents and Disclosures
- National and International Research awards
- Research mentoring and Team building including collaborative funding
- Graduate program accomplishments including PhD student mentoring
- Outstanding impact of work on his/her profession and K-State
John Hatcliff, CS
This year’s recipient is John Hatcliff, university distinguished professor in the department of computer science.
- Hatcliff’s research targets technologies and tools for building and verifying safety and security-critical systems.
- His research group has secured over $15M of funding.
- He has received numerous awards, including two prestigious impact paper awards.
- He currently chairs the primary technical working group on a new family of standards for medical device interoperability.
James H. Edgar, CHE, 2017
Douglas S. McGregor, MNE, 2016