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Teng Li wins the 2016 SES Young Investigator Medal

Pradeep Sharma's picture

It is my pleasure to announce that Teng Li, of the University of Maryland at College Park, has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Society of Engineering Science Young Investigator Medal.

The prize is awarded to a young researcher (within 10 years after PhD at the time of nomination submission) in his or her ascendancy whose work has already had an impact in his/her field within Engineering Science.

The Award will be presented at the annual SES conference to be held (ironically) in October 2016 at the University of Maryland.

Teng was instrumental in the initial development of iMechanica. 


Pradeep Sharma

2015 SES President


Zhigang Suo's picture

This recognition is richly deserving.  Best wishes for a brilliant career.  

Teng Li's picture

Dear Zhigang,

Thank you for the kind note. I'm deeply humbled by this honor (and coincidentally it makes well the sweetest treat for me on a Halloween) and indebted to you for your mentoring, friendship, and inspiration over the years!

Yuhang Hu's picture

Congratulations! Great example to all of us!

Teng Li's picture

Dear Yuhang,

Thanks! The great example we look up to is two comments above. :-)

Kejie Zhao's picture

Congratulations to Teng, an award well deserved!

Siva P V Nadimpalli's picture

Dear Dr. Teng Li, Hearty congratulations on winning this award.


Xuanhe Zhao's picture

Big congratulations to Teng! It is also nice that we will have 2016 SES conference and celebrate this at College Park.

Teng Li's picture

Thanks, Kejie, Siva, and Xuanhe. Hope to see you at SES 2016!

Stay tuned to the updates of SES 2016 by visiting:

Matt Pharr's picture

Congrats Teng - a well-deserved honor!

Jie. Yin's picture

Big congrats and well deserved! Look foward to the 2016 SES conference organized by your university.  

Big congrats, Teng.  

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