– Muhammad H. Arshad, a Florida Tech senior, has earned an honorable mention in the Computing Research Association’s (CRA) Outstanding Undergraduate Award
for 2004. The CRA each year honors a handful of students in North America who have shown exceptional research potential. A computer sciences major with a
3.92 grade point average, Arshad will graduate on Dec. 13. He is from Pakistan.
He earned this recent honor for his scientific contributions. For example, Arshad co-authored a chapter in the book, Managing Cyber Threats: Issues,
Approaches and Challenges . The chapter was titled, “Learning rules and clusters for anomaly detection in network traffic.” His work also has been
presented at the Workshop on Statistical and Machine Learning Techniques in Computer Intrusion Detection. The workshop was held at George Mason University
Arshad has collected several other honors during his Florida Tech studies. He has earned a Distinguished Scholar Award and was named Outstanding Senior in
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