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Undergraduate Hormoz Hematian-Boroojeni wins the ASPIRE Student Research Award

Undergraduate Hormoz Hematian-Boroojeni wins the ASPIRE Student Research Award

Hormoz Hematian-Boroojeni is the recipient of the 2006 Clark School of Engineering Outstanding ASPIRE Student Research Award for his research conducted under Dr. Aydilek’s supervision.

As an undergraduate research assistant, Hormoz was involved in a project that investigates the spectral analysis of factors affecting roughness in flexible pavements. The award will be presented on April 24, 2006 at the Clark School of Engineering Honors and Awards Ceremony.

(04-07-06)

August 11, 2006


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