The University of Washington Latino Health Center held the second annual Latinx Faculty Recognition Event in May to recognize scholarly achievements of Latina and Latino faculty in 2016-17 across the three campuses of UW. 19 faculty members were honored. Attendees included UW President Ana Mari Cauce, Provost Gerald Baldasty, Regent Rogelio Riojas, Graduate School Dean David Eaton, and students, family members and friends of honorees.
Three UW Tacoma faculty members were recognized.
Paulo Barrreto, Assistant Professor in the Institute of Technology, was recognized for scholarly publications during the academic year. The publications are:
Nascimento & Barreto, eds., Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Information Theoretic Security (ICITS 2016), Tacoma, Wash. (Drs. Nascimento and Barreto were program co-chairs of this conference, held on the UW Tacoma campus. The conference was held in cooperation with the International Association for Cryptologic Research.)
Andrade, Simplicio, Barreto & dos Santos, “Lyra2: Efficient Password Hashtag with High Security against Time-Memory Trade-Offs,” IEEE Transactions on Computers, v65 i10
Anderson Nascimento, in the Institute of Technology, was recognized for his promotion to Associate Professor and for scholarly publications during the academic year. The publications are:
Wang, Poon, Farnadi, Horst, Thompson, Nickels, Nascimento & De Cock, “VirtualIdentity: Privacy preserving user profiling,” Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM 2016), San Francisco, Calif. (Other co-authors with UW Tacoma affiliations include graduate students Sisi Wang, Wing-sea Poon, Caleb Horst, Kebra Thompson and Michael Nickels; and faculty member Martine De Cock.)
Gondim, Albuquerque, Nascimento, Villalba & Kim, “A Methodological Approach for Assessing Amplified Reflection Distributed Denial of Service on the Internet of Things,” Sensors 2016, v16 i11.
Nascimento & Barreto, eds., Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Information Theoretic Security (ICITS 2016), Tacoma, Wash. (See above for more information about this conference proceeding.)
Anaid Yerena, Assistant Professor of Urban Studies, was recognized for a scholarly publication during the academic year. The publication is:
Basolo & Yerena, “Using Social Media to Inform and Engage Urban Dwellers in La Paz, Mexico,” International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age, v4 i3
John Burkhardt, UW Tacoma Communications, 253-692-4536 or firstname.lastname@example.org