AbdelBaky awarded 2011 IBM Ph.D. Fellowship

The IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Awards Program honors outstanding Ph.D. students that have demonstrated substantial interest in problem solving and research in topics that are within IBM’s focus areas. As a competitive worldwide fellowship awards program, students must be nominated by a faculty member within their institution to be eligible for consideration to the program. Students nominated must have completed at least one full-year of study at the time of their nomination. Fellows are selected annually and are awarded a stipend for one academic year. Additionally, all IBM Fellows are matched with an IBM mentor based on their technical interests. IBM Fellows are encouraged to participate in an internship program at IBM while completing their Ph.D. studies.

Moustafa AbdelBaky, Ph.D. candidate of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering was awarded the prestigious 2011 IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Award and was selected from hundreds of competitive candidates worldwide. AbdelBaky, working under the guidance of Professor Manish Parashar, is a member of the Center for Autonomic Computing and the Applied Software Systems Laboratory at Rutgers University. AbdelBaky’s achievement as a 2011 IBM Fellow is truly a great honor for the Rutgers Engineering community.

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