Princeton University

School of Engineering & Applied Science

Five Electrical Engineering Graduate Students Receive School of Engineering Award for Excellence

October 17, 2016

The School of Engineering Awards for Excellence is bestowed upon graduat students entering their 4th year of study or beyond.  Students considered for the prized have excelled in courses, research and teaching during their time at Princeton. The Electrical Engineering Department congratulations the following students on receiving this award: Xue Wu, advised by Kaushik Sengupta, Alex Tait, advised by Paul Prucnal, Tiffany Moy, advised by Naveen Verma, Changchang Liu, advised by Prateek Mittal and Pramod Subramanyan, advised by Sharad Malik.
 
 
 



Changchang Liu

Hi, my name is Changchang Liu and I am a 2013 graduate of the University of Science and Technology of China.  I am interested in engineering and technology that directly changes people’s lives.  I am a graduate student in Prof. Prateek Mittal’s research group, and my focus is on big data privacy, IOT security and machine learning. I chose Princeton University for my graduate work because of the great research atmosphere and the beautiful campus.  After graduation, my plan is to continue in academic research in universities or research institutes. When I’m not focusing on big data privacy, IOT security and machine learning, you can find me enjoying cooking, running or travelling.