<i> Computerworld</i> Recognizes Min Wu

Computerworld Recognizes Min Wu

Computerworld Recognizes Min Wu

Associate Professor Min Wu
Associate Professor Min Wu

Associate Professor Min Wu (ECE/UMIACS/ISR) was selected as one of Computerworld's 40 innovative IT people to watch, under the age of 40, a special feature which appears in Computerworld's 40th anniversary issue this month.

She was chosen for the "40 Under 40" list for her innovative research in information security forensics. Wu and her colleagues have developed an invisible ID that can be embedded in digital content, such as films, music and pictures, to protect it from unauthorized use.

"Without a way to protect intellectual property, we will see a lot of hurdles to new technology put up," Wu told Computerworld. "My focus is working toward further innovation of new technologies."

For more information, visit the Computerworld web site or see this month's print edition of Computerworld magazine.

July 11, 2007


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