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Ulukus receives ITR-Cybertrust grant

Assistant Professor Sennur Ulukus (ECE/ISR) has received a three-year, $240,000 ITR-Cybertrust research grant from the National Science Foundation for her work with Penn State's Aylin Yener on wireless security. "Multiuser Wireless Security" investigates the fundamental design principles of high capacity wireless systems that ensure secure information delivery for multiple users. It includes the development of a comprehensive framework for the design of a multiuser physical layer to achieve high capacity and secure transmissions for all users, preventing intruders and eavesdroppers from disrupting or intercepting communications.

July 10, 2005


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