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Sonia Fahmy, Professor of Computer Science and Associate Department Head

Fahmy Named 2022 IEEE Fellow

Sonia Fahmy, Professor of Computer Science and Associate Department Head, has been elevated to IEEE Fellow. She is being recognized for contributions to design and evaluation of network protocols and sensor networks.


Through a CRA Fellowship, a systems researcher persists with research in designing secure browsers 

With academic job searches impacted by the pandemic, newly minted PhD systems researcher, Dr. Tapti Palit, continued her work as a postdoc – pursuing her research at the intersection of software security and program analysis. Professor Pedro Fonseca is hosting Dr. Palit's postdoctoral research at Purdue's Department of Computer Science. 


David Gleich, the Jyoti and Aditya Mathur Associate Professor of Computer Science, with a courtesy appointment in the Department of Mathematics

Gleich selected as University Faculty Scholar

David Gleich, the Jyoti and Aditya Mathur Associate Professor of Computer Science, with a courtesy appointment in the Department of Mathematics, was selected as a University Faculty Scholar by the Office of the Provost.


Daniel Aliaga, Associate Professor of Computer Science

AI can reconstruct ancient ruins, bringing the past into focus, virtually

As part of Purdue’s ROSETTA Initiative, interdisciplinary researchers at Purdue received a one million dollar National Science Foundation Award to develop AI for reconstructing archeological sites. Under the Rosetta Initiative, Purdue faculty is led by (PI) Professor Daniel Aliaga.


Professor Majid Kazemian

Kazemian finds computational connection for vitamin D and inflammation

Through gene sequencing and data mining, the researchers found that in the lung cells of people with COVID, part of the immune response was going into overdrive, exacerbating lung inflammation and vitamin D plays a roll in reducing inflammation.


PurSec Lab

Bianchi and Celik win 2021 ASPIRE Award

Assistant Professors Antonio Bianchi, Berkay Celik and their research group in the PurSecLab have won the 2021 Android Security and PrIvacy REsearch (ASPIRE) Award for their work on improving usability of Android APIs for conformity of standard security practices. 


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