Anup K. Ghosh

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Dr. Anup K. Ghosh has served as a Senior Scientist and Program Manager in the Advanced Technology Office (ATO) of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) where he creates and manages programs in information assurance and information operations. Dr. Ghosh, was honored with the 2005 Frank Byron Rowlett Award for Individual Excellence for his breakthrough research into cyber defense to include technology that was supposed to automatically quarantines computer-based worms, limiting their migration and restoring the users computer to its pre-infected state within minutes. Whether the system met its goals or not is not publicly known. The Worcester Polytechnic Institute Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering selected Dr. Ghosh for the 2005 Hobart Newell Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Electrical and Computer Engineering Profession.

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