The Thomson Reuters compilation of the most highly cited researchers— those in the top 1%—from the period 2002–2012 include EAS professors Harry Atwater, Richard Murray, Joel Tropp, John Seinfeld, Kerry Vahala, and Paul Wennberg. Other Caltech professors were also among the top 1%—including Colin Camerer, Mark Davis, Richard Ellis, William Goddard, Robert Grubbs, Hiroo Kanamori, Jeff Kimble, John O’Doherty, and Charles Steidel. This compilation aims to identify researchers with exceptional impact on their respective fields. [Detailed information on the methodology]
120th Commencement Ceremony
Caltech's 120th Commencement Ceremony, held on Friday, June 13th, 2014, celebrated the accomplishments of 526 graduates. Awarded were 197 bachelor's degrees, 148 master's degrees, 2 engineer degrees, and 181 doctoral degrees. The graduates were addressed by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Daniel Yergin, a leading authority on energy, international politics, and economics, and a recipient of the United States Energy Award. He inspired the graduate students with an address that encompassed six "lessons," including the advice to be curious and to act on one's convictions to change the world. [Facts about the Class of 2014]
Dae Hyun Kim Receives 2014 Henry Ford II Scholar Award
Undergraduate student Dae Hyun Kim, working with Professor Adam Wierman, is the recipient of the 2014 Henry Ford II Scholar Award. Dae Hyun is studying computer science with broad interests including computer graphics and machine learning, as well as mathematics and neuroscience. This summer, he plans to work with Professor Shinsuke Shimojo in applying a novel eigenvector based method of analyzing brain dynamics to study inter-brain dynamics in social interaction. The Henry Ford II Scholar Award is funded under an endowment provided by the Ford Motor Company Fund. The award is made annually to the engineering student with the best academic record at the end of the third year of undergraduate study.
Dae Hyun Kim
Henry Ford II Scholar Award