November 14, 2012: CS professor Philip Yu recipient of Yahoo! Faculty Research and Engagement Program Funds

Yahoo! Faculty and Research and Engagement Program (FREP) is an academic outreach program is designed to produce the highest quality scientific collaborations and outcomes by engaging with faculty and students conducting research in areas of mutual interest. FREP funds help academics across the globe collaborate with Yahoo! research scientists on new, exciting internet research studies and experiments.

Many of these collaborations result in publications at premier scientific conferences, advances in algorithm design, and systems research. The Faculty Research and Engagement Program is in its seventh year.

In 2012, 26 recipients from 21 universities were selected based on their areas of science and interest to Yahoo!.











































 
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