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CS Research Student awarded Google Fellowship
Jie Xiong, Research Student and member of the Networks Research Group at UCL-CS has been awarded a competitive Google European Doctoral Fellowship in Wireless Networks for 2012. Jie’s nomination, titled "Leveraging Multiple-antenna Access Points for Localisation and Wireless Security" was exemplary, championed by an expert panel of research scientists and distinguished engineers within Google who reviewed applications from across Europe. Jie's primary research advisor is Dr Kyle Jamieson of UCL-CS.
On being awarded the Fellowship, Jie said: "It's a great honor to be awarded a Google European Doctoral Fellowship. The fellowship provides me an excellent and unique opportunity to interact with outstanding Google researchers and motivates me to strive even harder in the next stages of my research."
The prestigious Google European Doctoral Fellowship Programme was created to support outstanding Doctoral students doing exceptional research in Computer Science or closely related areas, and Jie will receive support for his studies for up to three years. Fellowships are available to PhD applicants or students at any stage of their research at universities chosen by Google.
See the Google Fellowship site here.