FACULTY AWARD: Princeton's Felten elected to National Academy of Engineering
Posted February 12, 2013; 05:30 p.m.
Edward Felten, a Princeton University professor of computer science and public affairs, was among 69 researchers nationwide elected to the National Academy of Engineering. Felten, who also directs the University's Center of Information Technology Policy and its Program in Information Technology and Society, was recognized for his contributions to computer-system security, and for his impact on public policy. Election to the academy recognizes outstanding and innovative work in engineering, and is among the field's highest professional honors.