Xu Receives 2006 IBM Faculty Award

August 20, 2006

(August 20, 2006)--Congratulations to Associate Professor Jun (Jim) Xu, who has been selected to received a 2006 IBM Faculty Award for making fundamental contributions to performance evaluation methodologies. Valued at $30,000, the award is highly competitive and is offered in recognition of the quality of faculty programs and their importance to industry.
Xu is part of the College's Computing Science & Systems (CSS) division, as well as the Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS) and the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC). His current research focuses on developing new techniques to address security problems within Internet infrastructure and applications.

IBM Faculty Awards recognize outstanding faculty achievement, and are renewable annually. But in keeping with the competitive spirit of the program, renewal nominations must be submitted and supported by an IBM technical sponsor, and evaluated in the same process and criteria as first-time awards.

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