Charles Kamhoua M.S. ’08, Ph.D. ’11, an alumnus from FIU’s College of Engineering and Computing, recently won the Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE-USA) Harry Diamond Memorial Award. The honor recognizes U.S. government individuals “forcontribution and leadership in the area of blockchain and game theory for cybersecurity while in U.S. government service.”
Kamhoua is currently a senior electronics engineer at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory. Kamhoua earned a bachelor’s in electronics from the University of Douala in Cameroon, a country in west-central Africa. He received his master’s degree in telecommunication and networking and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering, both from FIU.
His dissertation work, which was conducted under the supervision of Niki Pissinou — professor and director of the Telecommunications and Information Technology Institute — focused on “Modeling Security and Cooperation in Wireless Networks Using Game Theory.”
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