"Holding both the Ericsson Chair and Excellence in Education Chair is a rare honor, for which I am very grateful and extremely honored. Our success at UT Dallas would not be possible without the tremendous generosity and support of our donors."
"My goal has been to solve challenging research problems of national significance, which is why I got into cybersecurity 26 years ago. After spending many years in the industry and at the National Science Foundation, I felt that UT Dallas was the ideal place where I could continue to contribute to our national security."
"Biology nowadays is as much an information-based science as it is an experiment-based science. Rapid advances in technology have made it easy to generate vast amounts of raw data, and the next step is interpreting these data, finding patterns, unearthing new biological phenomena and translating these findings to clinical practice."
"The hallmark of a great control systems engineer is seeing the big picture and solving existing problems. It is deeply satisfying to know that my team found a solution for air-to-fuel ratio control in cold-start applications, and that those answers led to more-efficient cars on the road."