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 February 24, 2020

Engin Ipek, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, will share the Persistent Impact Prize at next month’s Non-Volatile Memory Workshop

Engin Ipek, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, who will share the Persistent Impact Prize at next month’s Non-Volatile Memory Workshop, hosted by the Center for Memory and Recording Research and the Non-Volatile Systems Laboratory. The prize is awarded annually to a paper published at least five years prior that has had exceptional impact on the fields of study related to non-volatile memories — in this case, “Better I/O Through Byte-Addressable, Persistent Memory,” a 2009 paper Engin co-authored while he was a researcher at Microsoft.

Congratulations Professor Ipek!