Ephremides Wins Wyner Service Award

Ephremides Wins Wyner Service Award

Ephremides Wins Wyner Service Award

Anthony Ephremides, professor of electrical and computer engineering and the Institute for Systems Research, has won the Aaron Wyner Distinguished Service Award from the IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory.

Ephremides will accept the prize at the symposium's award luncheon in Seattle this summer.

May 18, 2006


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