LIDS Student Igor Kadota Receives Aeronautics and Astronautics Graduate Teaching Assistantship Award

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Igor Kadota (left) and his advisor, LIDS Associate Director Eytan Modiano, at the AeroAstro award ceremony.

May 18, 2018

It is our pleasure to share the news that LIDS student Igor Kadota received the Aeronautics and Astronautics Graduate Teaching Assistantship Award, given annually to a graduate student "for conspicuous dedication and skill in helping fulfill a subject's educational objectives."

Igor received this award for his work as a TA for 16.36 - Communication Systems & Networks for the past three spring terms, which included the development of a Software Defined Radio laboratory for the course.

Igor received his undergraduate degree and a master's degree from the The Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronautic in Brazil, as well as a second master’s degree from MIT in 2016. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Aeronautics and Astronautics. His research is on Communication Networks, particularly in the development of network control algorithms to improve the Quality of Service in wireless networks.