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Adrian Ildefonso Awarded Goizueta Foundation Fellowship

Atlanta, GA

Adrian Ildefonso has been awarded the 2015 Goizueta Foundation Fellowship. Made possible by an endowment from The Goizueta Foundation, this fellowship is awarded to Hispanic/Latino students within Georgia Tech doctoral programs who bring exemplary levels of scholarship and innovation to the academic departments that host their study and research.

Ildefonso is a Ph.D. student in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, where he is advised by John D. Cressler, the Schlumberger Chair Professor in Electronics. 

Ildefonso is originally from Puerto Rico, where he completed his B.Sc. degree in computer engineering at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez (UPRM) in 2014.  While at UPRM, he worked on a project aimed at modeling semiconductor devices for use in radiation-intense environments. This project led him to join Cressler’s group where he aims to study the propagation of transient radiation effects within radar systems intended for extreme environment applications. 

Last revised May 15, 2020