Delchamps receives excellence in teaching award

Associate Professor Dave Delchamps has received the Michael Tien ’72 Excellence in Teaching Award from Cornell Engineering.

David Delchamps, Associate Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received the Michael Tien ’72 Excellence in Teaching Award from the College of Engineering. This is the highest award for teaching in the College.  Nominated by faculty from the School, Delchamps was selected by a committee comprised of former teaching prizewinners from within the College of Engineering.

Delchamps is the current ECE Undergraduate Advising Coordinator and is a member of numerous committees both for the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and for the College of Engineering. He has received many awards for both teaching and advising.

Delchamps has been on the faculty of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering since 1982. He is interested in applying techniques from dynamical systems theory, game theory, and stochastic processes to the modeling, analysis, and design of natural and artificial complex multi-agent systems. Such systems arise in variety of application areas ranging from biology to telecommunication networking to economics.

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