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Congratulations to Dr. Amini for getting his project funded through ITRS program

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Congratulations to Dr. Mohsen Amini (PI) and Dr. Raju Gottumukkala (co-PI) for getting funding in the amount of  $252,983 from Louisiana Board of Regents Support Fund (BoRSF) through Industrial Ties Research Subprogram (ITRS). The title of the project is "Secure Information Sharing for Proactive Detection of Criminal Activities".

Proactive investigations of criminal activities often require connecting and searching across multiple organizations. The increasing volume and diversity of the data from multiple organizations make the search a big data‐scale problem. To address this problem, this project proposes an architecture to enable privacy-preserving search on big datasets from multiple organizations.

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