What happened to my students
This information may be useful to prospective PhD students and post-docs. It describes what happened to my former post-docs and PhD students after graduation. Some of the information may be missing, inexact, or outdated. Feel free to report this by emailing feron(at)gatech(dot)edu
Jae-Hyuk Oh: After MIT went to United Technologies Research Center.
Yong Wang: Went to teach in mainland China.
Bernard Mettler: Went to University of Minnesota as Assistant Professor.
Vishwesh Kulkarni: Went to U. Colorado Boulder as Research Scientist.
Mazen Farhood: Went as research scientist, Delft University. Now Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech.
Marc McConley (1997): Went to Draper Laboratory.
Nicolas Pujet (1999): Went to consult at McKinsey, Boston. Then VP Optical networking company
E. Frazzoli (2001): Went to U. of Illinois Urbana Champaign, then UCLA as Assistant Professor. Now on faculty at MIT.
Lawrence McGovern (2000): Went to work for Loral in San Francisco Bay Area.
Vladislav Gavrilets (2003): Went to become Chief Scientist, Athena Controls, now Rockwell Collins.
Sommer Gentry (2005): Went to US Naval Academy, Annapolis. Assistant Professor.
Jan DeMot (2005): Went to consult at McKinsey, Mexico City. Then at Coca-cola.
Francis Carr (2004): Went to Draper Laboratory.
Zhi-Hong Mao (2005): Went to U. of Pittsburgh as Assistant Professor.
Tom Schouwenaars (2005): Went to Goldman Sachs, New York.
Mardavij Roozbehani (2007): Post-Doc then Research Engineer at MIT.
Animesh Chakravarthy (2008): Post-Doctoral researcher, Florida REEF center and U. of Florida; then Assistant Professor at Wichita State University
Ji Hyun Yang (2008): NRC Fellow, Naval Postgraduate School.
Chris Dever (2005): Went to Draper Laboratory.
Jerome Le Ny (2008): Post-Doc at UPenn.
Keumjin Lee (2008): Post-Doctoral Researcher, Ecole Nationale de lĺAviation Civile, France.
Maxime Gariel (2010): Post-Doc at MIT
Pierrick Burgain (2010): Analyst at METRON corp.