Undergraduate student Chelsea Gregg receives the Distinguished Senior Award from the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering for exceptional academic performance and service.
IPALab receives a grant award from ASU's Women and Philanthropy Society as top vote getter in Category B for the proposal "Fluid Dynamic Assessment of Endovascular Treatment for Cerebral Aneurysms" (PI: David Frakes).
4-D Imaging, Inc., founded by professor David Frakes, receives a Phase I SBIR Award from Army Research Lab for the proposal "A Real-time Video Restoration Processor for Mitigating Atmospheric Distortion" (Key Personnel: David Frakes).
Professor David Frakes receives a computing grant from the ASU High Performance Computing Center.
Professor David Frakes' text book "Introductory Biomechanical Design Tools" wins 3rd Place in the Lulu Online Publishing Book Sales Contest.
IPALab receives a grant award from the Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities for the proposal "Cerebral Aneurysm Phantoms Created with Rapid Prototyping" (PI: David Frakes).
PALab receives an unrestricted gift of research equipment from ev3, Inc., to support cerebral aneurysm research at ASU (PI: David Frakes).
Professor David Frakes receives the Centennial Professor of the Year Award from the ASU Student Government. [Link]
Graduate Student Haithem Babiker and undergraduate student Jonathan Plasencia receive the HD Frakes IPALab Performance Scholarship for outstanding research performance in the field of image processing.
IPALab receives a grant award from the ASU/Mayo Seed Grant Program for the proposal "MRI Detection of Glioma Invasion" (CoPI: David Frakes).