Symantec announced the recipients of the Symantec Research Labs (SRL) Graduate Fellowship for 2009. After an extensive selection process, the Symantec Research Labs team has identified Kevin Butler, Marco Cova and Polo Chau to receive full one-year fellowships covering 100 percent of tuition and fees, along with a competitive stipend to fund ongoing research in their respective areas of expertise. The SRL Graduate Fellowship program is currently in its third year and has played a strong role in Symantec’s efforts to develop innovative solutions to today’s challenges. Past recipients of the SRL Graduate Fellowship have made substantial contributions to our market-leading products, prestigious industry groups and the academic community. The program is one of several efforts we undertake with top U.S. universities to foster future technical leadership, generate fresh ideas, and develop next-generation technologies to solve real-world problems.
The fellowship program is awarded to promising graduate students who demonstrate an interest in investigating innovative solutions to real-world challenges in security, storage and systems manangement. We received a large number of outstanding applicants and this year it was very challenging to make our final selections. This latest group of student researches represent some of the most promising students in their fields. Congratulations to Kevin, Marco and Polo!
For more information regarding how to apply for the SRL Fellowship visit: http://www.symantec.com/about/careers/college/fellowship.jsp.