Three engineering faculty win Sloan Fellowships

February 21, 2017

Three portraits of Sloan Fellows

Three Princeton Engineering members were among six researchers from Princeton University named as 2017 Sloan Research Fellows.

Awarded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the $60,000 fellowships recognize promising early-career scientists who have been nominated by their colleagues. Recipients can use the grants as they wish to further their research. The Princeton recipients were among 126 named 2017 fellows across the United States and Canada. 

The 2017 fellows from the School of Engineering and Applied Science are: Amir Ali Ahmadi, assistant professor of operations research and financial engineering; Nathalie de Leon, assistant professor of electrical engineering; and Han Liu, assistant professor of operations research and financial engineering.

Three other University recipients are: Matthew Kunz, assistant professor of astrophysical sciences; Silviu Pufu, assistant professor of physics; and Nicholas Sheridan, assistant professor of mathematics.