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Congratulations to Chitra and Girish for a fully funded internship at Philips Research, Eindhoven, Netherlands

Congratulations to Chitra Javali and Girish Revadigar for being offered a fully funded internship at Philips Research, Eindhoven, Netherlands. The internship is jointly funded by Philips Research, Eindhoven, and AU2EU, an EU-funded collaborative research and development project bringing together leading industry and research organisations from Europe and Australia.  Chitra and Girish have been invited to contribute to AU2EU project.

Congratulations to Chitra Javali for being selected for N2Women Young Researcher Fellowship Award

Congratulations to Chitra Javali, being selected for the "N2Women Young Researcher Fellowship Award" for 40th Anniversary of IEEE Conference on Local Computer Netwoks (LCN), 2015. LCN will be held at Clearwater Beach, Florida, USA.

N2Women is an ACM SIGMOBILE program that is supported by the IEEE Communications Society, IEEE TCCC, Microsoft Research, HP Labs and Google.

Chitra will be organising N2Women meeting at LCN 2015.

Prof Sanjay joins the editorial board of the IEEE TDSC

Prof Sanjay Jha has been invited to the join the editorial board of the IEEE Transactions on Secure and Dependable Computing (TDSC) http://www.computer.org/web/tdsc

NASSCOM Highly Commended IT Innovation Award, 2015

Congratulations to Girish Revadigar and Chitra Javali, PhD Students under the supervision of Prof. Sanjay Jha, for winning the "NASSCOM Highly Commended IT Innovation Award, 2015" for their project "Ultra-lightweight Security Mechanisms for Wearable Devices".

Girish and Chitra were selected among the 9 finalists for the award.
The competition was open for students studying PhD, Masters, Bachelors or undergraduate degrees from ICT/Engineering faculties in Universities across Australia.

 

Congratulations on winning Google Faculty Research Award

Our new project on "High Level Security Policy Specification for Software-De ned Networks" has been selected for a Google Faculty Research Award.

According to the Google Research Blog, the intent of the Google Research Awards is to support cutting-edge research in Computer Science, Engineering, and related fields. This round they received 808 proposals covering 55 countries on 6 continents. After expert reviews and committee discussions, they decided to fund 122 projects, with 20% of the funding awarded to universities outside the U.S.

Congratulations to the well-deserving members of this project: Professor Sanjay Jha, Professor Maurice Pagnucco and Mohsen Rezvani. 

https://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/news/google-research-award-for-internet-security-secured

http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/emag/news/google-research-award-internet-security

 

 

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