Cognitive Neuroscience Graduate Student Paul Bogdan is the inaugural winner of the Thomas and Margaret Huang Graduate Fellowship. He was chosen for his work using statistics and machine learning to gain insight into the processes underlying trust and productive social relationships.
The fellowship honors the legacy of Thomas and Margaret Huang. Dr. Thomas Huang was an influential leader in the field of signal processing and professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois. The fellowship is granted to graduates students working in the broad field of human-computer intelligent interaction. You can read about Paul and the 2020 award here.