Prof. Asad Madni is Selected a 2014 Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Alumnus
Distinguished Adjunct Professor and Scientist Asad Madni has been
named a Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Alumnus for 2014. The award
recognizes alumni who have demonstrated outstanding adherence to
the ideals of Tau Beta Pi and for fostering a spirit of liberal
culture in our society on the local, national, and international
scales. The award citation reads "Your achievements exemplify the
diverse contributions that engineers make to society, and they
demonstrate your breadth of interest, unselfish activity, and true
spirit of integrity and excellence in engineering". The award will
be presented during the 2014 Conference on October 2-4 in Spokane,
In his professional career, Prof. Madni has led the development and commercialization of intelligent sensors, systems and instrumentation, wireless sensor networks, signal processing, and MEMS with applications for automotive safety, aerospace, radar, electronic warfare, and US combat readiness.
Prof. Madni’s accomplishments have been recognized nationally and internationally with numerous honors and awards including prestigious medals and his election to the US National Academy of Engineering.