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Professor Andrew Odlyzko has been elected a Fellow of the IACR, the worldwide society for crypto research, which has fewer than 5% of its membership as fellows. IACR's selection of fellows is based on "technical contributions and distinguished service to the cryptologic community". Prof. Odlyzko's research interests include computational complexity, cryptography, number theory, combinatorics, coding theory, analysis, probability theory, ecommerce, and economics of data networks.March 23, 2012
Grant Remmen, a senior in the University Honors Program, has been awarded a prestigious Hertz Fellowship to support his future graduate studies. Considered to be the nation’s most prestigious and generous support for graduate education in applied sciences and engineering, the Hertz Fellowship is valued at more than $250,000 per student, with support lasting up to five years. Grant will graduate summa cum laude from the College of Science and Engineering this spring with majors in astrophysics, physics, and mathematics. More details about Mr. Remmen's award are on the CSE website.March 23, 2012