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Friday, October 10, 2008
The Computer Engineering Department was pleased to award two inaugural Langdon Fellowships to new graduates students Bryant Mairs and Fan Wang. Bryant did his undergraduate work at Brown University and is pursing studies in computer architecture and inter-networking. Fan studied at Tsinghua University in Beijing and will work in image retrieval and computer vision.
The Fellowships honor Emeritus Professor Glen Langdon. Before retiring, Glen advised and supervised the research of MS and PhD students, as well as advising countless undergraduates.
Prior to joining UCSC, Glen work at IBM Research and taught at universities in Brazil. While in Brazil he advised on the construction of Brazil's first digital computer.
The Langdon Fellowships are made possible by funds from the Baskin Endowment and fellowship donations to the department.