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Yongle Wu Awarded Litton Fellowship

Yongle Wu Awarded Litton Fellowship

Yongle Wu
Yongle Wu

Yongle Wu, an ECE Ph.D. student advised by Prof. K. J. Ray Liu, was chosen as the winner of the Clark School Litton Industries Fellowship. The award, worth approximately $11,000, was established by Litton Industries to support outstanding full-time graduate students in pursuit of a doctorate degree in either Electrical or Mechanical Engineering who are committed to a teaching career in engineering education.

Yongle Wu is a researcher in the University of Maryland's Signals and Information Group , led by Prof. Liu. Wu's current research interests focus on cognitive radio systems and dynamic spectrum access algorithms.

October 27, 2010


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