Tanovic Won Teaching and Mentoring Award
Omer Tanovic, a PhD student at the Laboratory for Information & Decision Systems, has been named the recipient of the MIT School of Engineering Graduate Student Extraordinary Teaching and Mentoring Award. This eminent award is given annually to a distinguished graduate student in the MIT School of Engineering who has demonstrated exceptional mentoring as a teaching or research assistant.
Omer is currently finishing his PhD in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), advised by Prof. Alexandre Megretski. Omer received the award for his work as a TA and an Instructor-G in the past four years: TA for 6.241 Dynamical Systems and Control, 6.251 Linear Programming, and 6.003 Signals and Systems (two semesters), and an Instructor-G for 6.003 (two semesters).
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