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Washingtonian magazine names Min Wu one of 20 'young people to watch'


ISR-affiliated Assistant Professor Min Wu (ECE/UMIACS) has been named one of 20 "young people to watch in 2005 and beyond" by Washingtonian magazine in its annual "Best of Washington" issue. The article, in the magazine's December issue, calls Wu a "cyberstar," noting her expertise in digital watermarking. Earlier this fall, Wu was selected by MIT's Technology Review magazine as one of the world's "100 top innovators."

—December 2004

December 6, 2004


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