Steven R. Shaw
Dr. Steven R. Shaw joined the faculty of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Montana State University as an assistant professor in August, 2000 and was promoted to Associate professor with tenure in September, 2006. He is interested in system identification and controls, energy and fuel cell systems, and instrumentation. Dr. Shaw is a Montana State University 2001 Teaching and Learning Fellow, recipient of a 2001 M.I.T. Laboratory for Electronic and Electromagnetic Systems Grainger Foundation Award, and recipient of the 1997 M.I.T. David Adler memorial prize for best thesis in Electrical Engineering. In May 2002, Dr. Shaw received a Technology Review Magazine TR-100 award. The TR-100 is an international award recognizing young innovators "who will create the future." In September 2003, Dr. Shaw was honored by the National Academy of Engineering in the ninth annual "Frontiers of Engineering'' event. He was elected ECE instructor of the year from 2003 to 2005. In 2006 Dr. Shaw received an NSF CAREER award. In 2007, he was honored by the MSU vice-president for research office with the award for meritorious technology/science. Dr. Shaw is a senior member of IEEE and member and chapter co-chair of Sigma Xi.
News and Awards
- Awarded MSU's Meritorious Technology/Science Award, May 2007
- MSU professor hopes to train better engineers with prestigious award, April 18, 2006
- MSU engineering professor wins career award from the National Science Foundation (NSF), March 23, 2006
- MSU invention could improve fuel cell performance, longevity, April 4, 2005
- Shaw selected as one of nation's top young engineers, September 3, 2003
- Selected to Participate in National Academy of Engineering (NAE) 2003 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium
- Named a Young Innovator Under 35 by Technology Review in May 2002.