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2012
Yun-Qing Shi, professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Chunhua Chen, alumni, received US Patent 8,103,054 issued on 1/24/2012 for “Method For Identifying Marked Images Using Statistical Moments Based At Least In Part On A JPEG Array.” >>
2011
The 10th International Workshop on Digital-Forensics and Watermarking will be held Oct. 23-26, 2011 at the ACH Casino Resort, Atlantic City.  >>
2010
An expert in digital data forensics and information assurance, Yun-Qing Shi, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at NJIT, will number among 30 New Jersey inventors from eight companies and universities to be honored at the upcoming 2010 Thomas Alva Edison Patent Awards on Nov. 4. Hosted by the Research & Development Council of New Jersey, the ceremony and reception will take place at the Liberty Science Center.    >>
NJIT professors and alumni will be among the innovators honored this evening at the 22nd Annual New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame Awards ceremony in Hoboken. Timothy Chang, PhD, distinguished professor of electrical and computer engineering, will receive a Special Award for his achievements in the areas of ultra-high precision systems, genetic systems, robotics and motion control; and Yun-Qing Shi, PhD, professor of electrical and computer engineering, will be recognized for his work in digital forensics and security. Jingjing Zhang, a PhD candidate in NJIT's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, will receive the Graduate Student Award. Vikki Hazelwood, PhD, who received her MS from NJIT in 1998, will receive the Advancement of Invention Award for a pioneering process for translational research in medicine and Richard Caizza, who received a certificate in plastics technology from NJIT in 1992, will receive the Inventor of the Year award for his "Single-Handedly Actuatable Safety Shield for Needles" patent. >>
NJIT researchers were awarded 15 new U.S. patents this past year, increasing the total number of issued patents for NJIT to 97. >>
2009
Yun-Qing Shi, PhD, professor of electrical and computer engineering at NJIT, will discuss "First Digit Law and Its Application to Digital Forensics" at a Computer Science Department Seminar on April 13, 2:30-3:30 p.m. in the Guttenberg Information Technologies Center 4415. >>
An NJIT electrical engineer has cracked the code that will enable researchers around the world to detect tampering with electronic images. >>
2007
Yun-Qing Shi, PhD, a professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering at NJIT, will provide tutorials on "Fragile and Semi-fragile Reversible Data Hiding," "Steganography and Steganalysis," and "Digital Forensics" this month to the Watermarking and Multimedia Security research group at the University of Surrey. >>
2004

KUDOS - December 2004

December 01, 2004
NJIT Professor Elected EAS Fellow Boris S. Verkhovsky, professor of the computer science department at NJIT, was elected as a Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences (EAS). Dr. Verkhovsky is a vice president of the EAS and is a member of the Board of EAS Governors. Among its 650 members and fellows, the EAS has 43 Nobel Prize laureates, 29 Fields medalists and Turing Award and Wolf Prize winners combined; more than 70 members of the U.S. Academy of Sciences; 190 members of the French and Russian National Academy of Sciences and Fellows of the U.K. Royal Society combined; and many other dignitaries. For more details, visit www.eurasc.org or www.EASinUS.us. Mendonca Receives NSF Career Award David Mendonca, an assistant professor in the information systems department of the College of Computing Sciences, received a National Science Foundation Career Award. NJIT Professor Elected IEEE Fellow Dr. Yun-Qing Shi, a professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering, has been elected as a Fellow of the IEEE for his contributions to multidimensional signal processing. >>