Bahar Haghighat is the winner of the 2018 EDRS Thesis Distinction
Bahar Haghighat won the 2018 EDRS Thesis Distinction award with her pioneering work on self-assembling mechatronic systems
Bahar Haghighat’s PhD thesis has been rewarded with the annual Thesis Distinction assigned by the Doctoral Program in Robotics, Control, and Intelligent Systems (EDRS); only 8% of the annual theses produced at EPFL receive such distinction from one of the currently offered 21 doctoral programs at EPFL. Bahar Haghighat wins this prestigious recognition for the completeness and clarity of presentation of her thesis as well as for the major effort in distributed robotics, demonstrating competence in theory of computation and control, mechatronic design, and manufacturing of robotic devices. Additional details about this recognition can be found here.