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Congratulations to this Year's 40 Under Forty Honorees and Graduates from the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Each year, Stony Brook University honors forty distinguished alumni who are under 40 years of age and enjoying great success and making significant contributions to their field. This year eight honorees are graduates of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.  The honorees and their degrees include:

Tal Eidelberg - BS Computer Science

Tal Eidelberg

BS Computer Science

CEO and Founder, Intrigma Inc.

Saagar Govil - BE Engineering Sciences

Saagar Govil

BE Engineering Sciences

Chairman and CEO, Cemtrex Inc.

Daniel Kivatinos, BS Computer Science, Psychology; MS Computer Science

Daniel Kivatinos

BS Computer Science, Psychology; MS Computer Science

Co-Founder and CEO, Drchrono, Inc.

Guru Madhavan, MS Biomedical Engineering

Guru Madhavan

MS Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineer and Program Director, The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Michael Nusimow, BE Computer Engineering, Computer Science

Michael Nusimow

BE Computer Science, Computer Engineering

Co-Founder and COO, Drchrono, Inc.

Koray Oncel, BE Electrical Engineering, Computer Science

Koray Oncel

BE Electrical Engineering, Computer Science

CIO, Bloomberg News

Caroline Ritter, BS Applied Mathematics & Statistics, BA Economics

Caroline Ritter

BS Applied Mathematics & Statistics, BA Economics

Co-Portfolio Manager, Lyrical Asset Management

Katarzyna Sawicka, BS Engineering Chemistry, MS Chemistry, PhD Biomedical Engineering

Katarzyna Sawicka

BS Engineering Chemistry, MS Chemistry, PhD Biomedical Engineering

Founder and President, ImmunoMatrix

“We fully support the 40 Under Forty program as a venue to recognize and reward Stony Brook alumni for truly exceptional accomplishments and service,” said Fotis Sotiropoulos, Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Stony Brook University.  “We are especially proud of the graduates from the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences – we applaud their achievements, recognize their talents and look forward to their continued success and future contributions to the engineering and scientific community.”

Honorees were celebrated at the 40 Under Forty event on January 31, 2017 for their accomplishments as well as their pursuit of commendable community and civil service initiatives that extend beyond their professional lives. Selected from a diverse nominee pool of Stony Brook graduates, the honorees represent the University’s most creative and bold young professionals in science, technology, engineering, and medicine, as well as business, sports, and the arts, from groundbreaking researchers and tech innovators, to healthcare advocates and civic heroes.

For more information about this year’s awards program and alumni honorees, visit: Rewarding Innovation, Fueling Momentum: Stony Brook Celebrates 40 Under Forty Honorees .

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