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Brown University's Award for Technological Innovation was presented to Professor Roberto Tamassia and members of his research team at the Center for Geometric Computing for their work in the design and development of algorithms, software, and hardware for authenticating high volumes of data in non-trusted distributed environments. Ph.D. candidates Nikos Triandopoulos and Danfeng Yao, and undergraduate David Ellis were also acknowledged for their work contributing to the award.

The award, which honors faculty and students for their efforts in creating technologies with licensing potential, was presented by President Ruth Simmons, Provost Robert Zimmer, Vice President for Research Andy van Dam, and Associate Vice President for Technology Partnerships Charles Kingdon.

More information about the Center for Geometric Computing can be found at: http://www.cs.brown.edu/cgc/cgc-brown.html