FAU researcher awarded the NSF’s coveted early career award

FAU researcher awarded the NSF’s coveted early career award

When Feng-Hao Liu was recently awarded the National Science Foundation’s coveted early career award for his proposed novel methodology and research, which will potentially impact the future of post-quantum cryptography, ultimately ensuring the future security of computers.

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