SterraClimb Welcomes Sanjeev Kulkarni to Advisory Board (Feb. 13, 2013)
PRINCETON, N.J., February 13 — SterraClimb LLC is proud to welcome Prof. Sanjeev Kulkarni to its Board of Advisors. Kulkarni is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, and Director of the University’s prestigious Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, its program for innovation,leadership, and entrepreneurship. Kulkarni is a Fellow of the IEEE, and has won a number of awards recognizing his research and teaching, including an NSF Young Investigator Award, the Princeton E-Council’s Excellence in Teaching Award seven times, won the Princeton Engineering School’s Distinguished Teaching Award in 2004, the President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching in 2007, and the Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Award in 2009.
“I look forward to working with Prof. Kulkarni,” says SterraClimb Founder & CEO Steven Kamara, “His reputation in the machine learning, signal processing, and AI fields is among the best there is, and the company is excited for the opportunity to have his insights.”
Kulkarni brings to the board his passion for all things engineering and his expertise in the fields of systems and control, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. He will use these skills to help guide SterraClimb as it increases its presence in the robotics market.
He holds advanced degrees from MIT and Stanford and has been on the faculty at Princeton since 1991. His professional interests include machine learning, signal processing, adaptive systems, and statistical pattern recognition, and he serves on the Executive Committee of Princeton’s Program in Robotics and Intelligent Systems.