Sunar is WPI's 15th CAREER Award Winner
The Spring 2002 issue of Transformations made note of the extraordinary success WPI faculty members have had in garnering the National Science Foundation's coveted CAREER Award. In August, the ranks of winners grew by one, to 15, when Berk Sunar, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, earned the honor. The grant, which typically includes five years of funding for a major research project, recognizes young faculty members who show unusual promise as researchers and educators. Sunar received his award for a project titled "New Directions for Cryptographic Hardware."
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