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Min Wu Wins ONR Young Investigator Award

Min Wu Wins ONR Young Investigator Award


ECE Assistant Professor Min Wu has been selected as an Office of Naval Research (ONR) Young Investigator. The award will support her research in "Digital Fingerprinting for Multimedia Security and Forensics." It is a three-year, $300,000 award.

The program is designed to attract young scientists and engineers who show exceptional promise for doing creative research and teaching. The Office of Naval Research believes the Young Investigators are the best and brightest young academic researchers in the country.

Min is one of only 28 investigators selected for awards nationwide, and one of only two from its Mathematical Computer and Information Sciences Division. The competition for this award is fierce; ONR estimates that only 10 percent of the proposals submitted result in an award.

Also see:

ONR Feature on Min Wu, Digital Forensics Investigator

March 16, 2005


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