ECE Graduate Student Wins Homeland Security Fellowship


September 9, 2005

Andrew W. Williams, a third-year graduate student in the ECE Department, has won a competitive 2005 U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Fellowship that covers his tuition and stipend. Working with his advisor, Priya Narasimhan, Assistant Professor of ECE and the Institute for Software Research International (ISRI), Andrew is focused on security-related research that aligns with the objectives of the DHS, and includes topics such as sensor network security and secure embedded middleware. Last year, ECE graduate student Sonya Reed Johnson won the award.

Andrew W. Williams

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