Evan Pu Winner of the 2012 Warren Dere Design Award

Evan Pu has been awarded the 2012 Warren Dere Design Award, which is given to “a graduating senior in EECS whose accomplishment in engineering design is judged to be most outstanding”.
http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/Students/Awards/#dere

Evan has turned the abundance of CPU cycles to design the first synthesizer of dynamic programming algorithm and a synthesizer of programs explaining how stem cells evolve in response to signals from other cells (with Ali Sinan Koksal).

Evan will start grad school in the fall at MIT under the guidance of a former Par Lab member, Armando Solar-Lezama.

Congratulations, Evan!