Meet Our 2021 Recipient

Min Wu

Dr. Wu is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. Dr. Wu has gained national and international recognition for her research in multimedia signal processing, information security, and digital forensics.

Dr. Wu’s research contributions influence real-world applications in our digital society: She helped develop cutting-edge technologies for generating fingerprints and embedding them into multimedia signals; using Electrical Network Frequency as signatures to uncover the time, location, and pedigree evidence of historical recording; and solving the challenging issues in binary information hiding, computer program watermarking, and non-intrusive media hashing.

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Min Wu receives the Senior Faculty Outstanding Research Award from A. James Clark School of Engineering Dean Samuel Graham, Jr.

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