Today, at the Resilient and Intelligent NextG Systems (RINGS) PI meeting in California, two former postdoctoral associates of the Network Coding and Reliable Communications group will be presenting on behalf of Professor Médard. Dr. Chia-Yi Yeh of Brown University and Dr. Rafael D’Oliveria of Clemson University will be representing the Coding over High-Frequency for Absolute Post-Quantum Security (CHAPS) team, which is a project that covers Security, Privacy, and Blockchain.

The meeting will be held at the Ericsson Building in Santa Clara. Prof. D’Oliveira will be giving a Lighting Talk today during the 3:15 – 4:30 PM time slot, while Dr. Yeh will be presenting the CHAPS poster over the 2-day sessions. Both are bound to represent the project impeccably! Attendance is limited to NSF members, fellow PIs, and industry partners. However, if you are there, make sure to check out their work!