Rogers receives Outstanding Research Award

Created on: December 03, 2012

Marcus Rogers, professor of computer and information technology and CERIAS fellow, has been named the recipient of the Digital and Multimedia Sciences Section of the AAFS Outstanding Research Award. AAFS is the American Association of Forensic Sciences - the major professional association of investigators across all types of investigations. The award will be presented in 2013 at the annual AAFS meeting. Rogers is an internationally recognized expert in digital investigation techniques and cybercrime. He works with CERIAS personnel and students on advanced research topics and certification as a national center of excellence.

 

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