CMU cyber researcher to get presidential award

September 27, 2011
FedCyber Wire, Personnel
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A Carnegie Mellon University researcher has been named a Presidential Early Career Award winner in science and engineering for his work in cybersecurity.

David J. Brumley, an assistant professor in CMU’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department, is among 20 young scientists and engineers nominated by the national Science Foundation to receive the award from President Obama at ceremonies in Washington next month.

The award recognizes scientists and engineers who show leadership in cutting-edge research early in their careers. Brumley, 36, was recognized for “innovations and vital research on malware analysis and for strong educational outreach activities.”

via Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, continued here.