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Ushe Takes the Top Engineering Award at the Graduate Research Forum
Ushemadzoro (Ushe) Chipengo received the 1st place at the 31st Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum, held on March 3, 2017, with his research work titled "Novel Concepts for Slow Wave Structures Used in High Power Backward Wave Oscillators". Ushe is co-advised by Prof. John L. Volakis and Prof. Niru Nahar. He wins the 1st place and $ 600 in cash prize in the Engineering category, among students who competed from 12 different engineering departments
The Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum showcases the innovative and exemplary research being conducted by Ohio State graduate students across the full range of graduate degree programs and facilitates fruitful exchanges between students, faculty, the administration, and the public. Cash prizes are awarded to the top-judged presentations in each academic area. The Forum is co-sponsored by the Council of Graduate Students, the Graduate School, and the Office of Research.