Elsa and Floyd Dunn Award

Established 2015

Floyd Dunn (PhD ’56), WWII veteran and groundbreaking pioneer in the science of ultrasound and bioacoustics, dedicated over 50 years to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois. He was director of the Bioacoustics Research Laboratory and mentored generations of students on campus. He passed away in 2015, just 30 days after his wife Elsa died. The two met shortly after his service in WWII and were married for more than 64 years.

This award honors graduate students with demonstrated research interest in topics including, but not limited to, biomedical ultrasound, bioengineering, and related fields.

Past Recipients of the Award:

Year Recipient
2017 Sarah Robinson